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MEN IN MIAMI HOTELS, CHARLIE SMITH
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Author Name    CHARLIE SMITH

Title   MEN IN MIAMI HOTELS

Binding   TRADE PAPERBACK

Book Condition   NEW CONDITION

Publisher    HARPER COLLINS TRADE DIVISION

ISBN Number    0062247271 / 9780062247278

Seller ID   IM27539

In Men in Miami Hotels, Smith tells the story of Cot Sims, a listing Miami gangster who returns to Key West aiming to--among other things--save his fool-proof mother from homelessness after a recent hurricane. For love, for cash, and for the hell of it, he snatches a trove of emeralds that his boss, the relentlessly vicious Albertson, keeps hidden on a small island. And then trouble, which has been coiling around him for years like a snake, bites.

Cot has forty-eight hours to return the emeralds before items of equal or greater value--namely, the lives of everyone he loves--are repossessed by Albertson and his army of hired gunmen. Fleeing across the Caribbean, Cot blazes a trail of survival, skeltering between the narrowing walls of fate.

Charlie Smith has been called a novelist of "appalling brilliance" on the cover of the New York Times Book Review. Critics have praised his work with the fervor of converts. And his prose, as radiant and dynamic as it has ever been, "lands him in the ranks of America's greatest contemporary fiction writers" (Houston Chronicle).

Price = 7.50 USD



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