Travis McGee never shies away from damsels in distress. But this Eurasian beauty was different. When Travis and Meyer rescued her from the water, she had a block of cement wired to her feet, and she wasn't so much grateful as ready to snare them in a murder racket to end all murders.
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More of the same, and that ain't a bad thing
Another good example of noir pulp, however if you only read one McGee, Bright Orange for the Shroud is just a cut above the rest (only on book 7 so there may be better ones in the future)
- Mr. C. G. Moore