Bitter Legacy by H Terrell GriffinBitter Legacy by H Terrell Griffin

Bitter Legacy

byH Terrell Griffin

Perfect | January 11, 2012

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Matt Royal has gotten himself into a royal mess

After a week away, Matt Royal's ready to get back to the Longboat Key good life good fishing, good food, good beer, and more good fishing. But Matt comes back to bad news: while he was away, a sniper tried to kill one of his best friends. Even worse, now that Matt's back, someone's trying to kill him. And whoever is trying to kill him is trying really hard. With no clue who's after him or why, Matt soon finds he's at the center of a mystery involving a lawyer's murder, a tourist left for dead, a ruthless biker gang, a reclusive billionaire with nothing to lose, and an ancient document that could bring ruin to some of the most entrenched financial interests in Florida.

Between solving the mystery and staying alive, Matt's got his hands full. But he'd better watch out or his hard-charging ways could get him sideways with the newest member of Longboat Key's police force, the undeniably attractive Jennifer Duncan. For Matt, it's shaping up to be a really long week.

H. Terrell Griffin is the award winning author of ten Matt Royal mysteries set on Florida's Suncoast. Prior to succumbing to his lifelong yen to write, he earned degrees in history and law from Mercer University and was a board certified civil trial lawyer based in Orlando for thirty-eight years. In his youth, Terry served three years ...
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Title:Bitter LegacyFormat:PerfectProduct dimensions:360 pages, 8.7 × 5.7 × 1 inShipping dimensions:8.7 × 5.7 × 1 inPublished:January 11, 2012Publisher:Oceanview PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1608090329

ISBN - 13:9781608090327

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Editorial Reviews

Griffin's Matt Royal novels may be the closest approximation we have today to John D. MacDonald in his pulp-fiction prime. Griffin's characters are as stark as a man in a trench coat under a street light. They all have backstories that give them depth, and they possess that lovable quality of players in radio-era dramas with which MacDonald infused the characters in his Travis McGee series. In Griffin's latest, the slightly over-the-top action, also characteristic of MacDonald, begins when Royal's friend is gunned down in broad daylight by a sniper. The assassin, however, is really stalking Royal, who soon enough must contend with Glock-wielding fishermen and a particularly nasty biker gang. All this takes place in or near Sarasota, Florida, MacDonald's adopted home town. Griffin captures the mood and tone of the McGee novels nicely, as the amiable Royal dispatches his adversaries with elan, eager to resume his casually hedonistic lifestyle. Good fun." -Booklist