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TRAP LINE

Montalbano, William D. - Hiaasen, Carl

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ISBN 10: 0689113072 / ISBN 13: 9780689113079
Editorial: Atheneum, 240 pp., New York, 1982
Usado Condición: Good Half cloth
Librería: Buenos Aires Libros (Buenos Aires, BA, Argentina)

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Previous owner's inscription and signature on free endpaper. Text in english. N° de ref. de la librería 008740

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Título: TRAP LINE

Editorial: Atheneum, 240 pp., New York

Año de publicación: 1982

Encuadernación: Half cloth

Condición del libro:Good

Edición: First Edition

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With its dozens of outlying islands and the native Conchs? historically low regard for the law, Key West is a smuggler?s paradise. All that?s needed are the captains to run the contraband. Breeze Albury is one of the best fishing captains on the Rock, and he?s in no mood to become the Machine?s delivery boy. So the Machine sets out to persuade him. It starts out by taking away Albury?s livelihood. Then it robs him of his freedom. But when the Machine threatens Albury?s son, the washed-out wharf rat turns into a raging, sea-going vigilante.

In Trap Line, Hiaasen and Montalbano pit a handful of scruffy Conchs against an armada of drug lords, crooked cops, and homicidal marine lowlife. The result is a crime novel of dizzying velocity, filled with wrenching plot twists, grimily authentic characters, and enough local color for a hundred tropical shirts. It?s the Key West the tourist brochures won?t tell you about: a place as crooked as Al Capone?s Chicago and as irredeemably violent as Wyatt Earp?s Tombstone.

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Key West is a smuggler's paradise. All that's needed are the captains to run the contraband and Breeze Albury is one of the best fishing captains on the Rock. He's in no mood to become the Machine's delivery boy, however. So the Machine sets out to persuade him. It starts by taking away Albury's livelihood and his freedom. But when the Machine threatens Albury's son, the washed-out wharf rat turns into a raging, sea-going vigilante.

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