Murder on Tiki Island: A Noir Paranormal Mystery In The Florida Keys (Detective Bill Riggins Mysteries)

Murder on Tiki Island A Noir Paranormal Mystery In The Florida Keys Detective Bill Riggins Mysteries Star Noir Fiction Murder Sex Exotic Cocktails and Exotic Women And of course some very eerie phantoms Note This book contains sex strong language violence and very scary situations Not for the

  • Title: Murder on Tiki Island: A Noir Paranormal Mystery In The Florida Keys (Detective Bill Riggins Mysteries)
  • Author: Christopher Pinto
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 5 Star Noir Fiction Murder, Sex, Exotic Cocktails and Exotic Women And of course, some very eerie phantoms Note This book contains sex, strong language, violence, and very scary situations Not for the timid If it were a movie, the rating would be R It s also a long adventure, not a quick read, intended for those who love to read books which draw you in and keep y 5 Star Noir Fiction Murder, Sex, Exotic Cocktails and Exotic Women And of course, some very eerie phantoms Note This book contains sex, strong language, violence, and very scary situations Not for the timid If it were a movie, the rating would be R It s also a long adventure, not a quick read, intended for those who love to read books which draw you in and keep you entrenched in the mystery.Set in New York City and the Florida Keys in 1956, Murder on Tiki Island is a noir style murder mystery updated for today s audiences which follows Detective Bill Riggins Murder Behind the Closet Door through a series of strange, unexplained events surrounding a murder and paranormal phenomena on Florida s world famous Tiki Island Resort Influenced by the style made famous by pulp fiction s greatest authors from Raymond Chandler to Mickey Spillane, Murder on Tiki Island weaves an intricate web of lies, murder, and the occult shaken with a shot of hot dames and a chaser of cool tropical breezes Swing back to 1956, when jazz and rock n roll both ruled the airwaves, giant finned cars ruled the roadways and Tiki Bars were the hottest spots on the nightlife scene Riggins, a New York City detective, takes a forced vacation to Tiki Island in the world famous Florida Keys and Key West Once there he gets mixed up with the seductive daughter of the resort s wealthy owner gets taken for a wild ride by a beautiful blonde bombshell and gets himself suspected of a brutal murder Skeletons, mermaids, Mai Tais, Exotica music, fishing and phantoms all come together to make this Key West murder mystery a fun, old fashioned pulp noir novel that s sure to please anyone who digs the mid century scene, or just loves plain old fashioned noir style detective novels Tiki Chris Pinto s Florida Keys murder mystery will have you spooked and guessing throughout the entire story, with a few twists that will get you saying, Wow, daddy o Dig that crazy scene Excerpts from Review by Everett Peacock, Author Hawaiian Culture Ambassador I read the previous work by this author, Murder Behind the Closet Door, and was an automatic pre sold reader of whatever he might do next I was not disappointed, in fact I like this novel much better.Character development is ensured and rich and that alone would sell me on this bookLastly, being a Tiki fan of the first order, I enjoyed the weaving of that theme throughout the book This book frames quite a picture the tropical heat, the thunderstorms offshore dancing with the sea and a little island beneath it all It fit very well with the islands of Florida, a favorite place of mine since the late 1950s NOTE This murder mystery ghost story deals with adult themes, horror, violence and language, and is not intended for children If it were a movie it would be rated NC 17 You ve been warned.

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    1. review of "Murder on Tiki Island: A Noir Paranormal Mystery In The Florida Keys" Kindle version. I read the previous work by this author, Murder Behind the Closet Door, and was an automatic pre-sold reader of whatever he might do next. I was not disappointed, in fact I like this novel much better. It was refreshing and exciting to meet yet again Detective Riggins, as a younger man. It's the 1950s and he is already growing into a heroic figure, wrestling fiercely with his own invited demons of al [...]

    2. I write books that I like to read, and I wrote this one, soRecommended for anyone who likes the old noir-style fiction of the middle of the 20th century.=CP

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