By John D. MacDonald
From a liked grasp of crime fiction, Pale grey for Guilt is one of the vintage novels that includes Travis McGee, the hard-boiled detective who lives on a houseboat.
Travis McGee’s outdated soccer blood brother Tush Bannon is resisting strain to dump his floundering lodge and marina to a gaggle of influential movers and shakers. Then he’s stumbled on lifeless. For a huge guy, Tush was once a feline: dedicated to his spouse and 3 little ones and regularly positive approximately his business—even while issues have been at their worst. So although his loss of life is governed a suicide, McGee suspects homicide . . . and a vile conspiracy.
“As a tender author, all I ever sought after used to be to the touch readers as powerfully as John D. MacDonald touched me.”—Dean Koontz
Tush Bannon was once within the improper spot on the fallacious time. His measly plot of land in order that occurred to sit down correct in the course of a wealthy parcel of 5 hundred riverfront acres that big-money genuine property pursuits made up our minds they just needs to have.
It didn’t subject that Tush was once a pleasant man with a kin, or that he by no means knew he used to be facing a felony point. They squashed him like a computer virus and walked away, counting their swap. yet something they by no means counted on: the mild great had a not-so-gentle pal in Travis McGee. And now he’s going to cause them to pay.
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