RUBY TUESDAY by BARON R. BIRTCHER
Baron R. Birtcher has once again produced the kind of
hardboiled novel that grabs you by the throat and doesn't
let go. A book rich with characters and dialogue so finely
drawn they will stay with you long after the last page has
When Mike Travis sails his yacht into the tropical harbor
of Kona, Hawaii, he expects to put LA Homicide behind him;
to let the warm emerald sea wash the blood of years from
Instead, he finds his family home ravaged by shotgun
blasts, littered with drugs, and the bodies of a dead rock
star and his groupies. And then it gets worse.
Searching the island for answers, Travis discovers that
someone is out there ahead of him. And more people are
dying. But all there is for him to go on is the rumor of a
lost studio recording by one of the world's most infamous
bands - a tape that could be worth millions.
Filled with uncommon atmosphere and style, Ruby Tuesday
brings to life the sometimes seamy back streets and dark
underbelly of a tropical paradise, and the world of music
and high finance; where wealth and greed are steeped in
sex, vengeance and murder.
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