Crime amid the decline of Florida

No less a personage than Mike Rowe terms this the best pulp fiction ever.

The hero, Travis McGee lives on a houseboat in Florida and acts as a private eye for various people. He's tall, a lady killer, a great fighter. And he has sour comments on the decline of Florida to over development. As much as he can he lives "off the grid" - operating in cash, trying to leave no paper trail. This is not because he is suspect, he just doesn't like people tracking him.

No real sidekick, but his neighbor in the next boat over is a world famous economist.


James Patterson

More of a brand than an author, he writes ... fantasy. Good for fun if you don't look too close.


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