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It just seemed to not have a sooth, connected plot jumping from one venue to the next. The reading was wearing, far from a smooth page turner. Having lived in Miami and being a frequent traveler to both the Keys and Jamaica, I did enjoy the connections. It does not rate above two stars like a five star Stuart Woods book.
Free lance rock & roll critic and author Mick Sever is drawn into the world of reggae and Rastafarian culture. A charismatic singer who sings provocative lyrics is on the way to quick stardom. Sever had written a book on sex, drugs, rock and murder previously finds himself headed down a similar path as female concertgoers are murdered. He could well be a private investigator as well as writer. Surprisingly good read.
The kindle version of this book is so full of typos and errors, that the pleasure of reading it is greatly diminished. Some words are so misspelled that it is hard to figure them out. Punctuation also leaves a lot to be desired. The story is good but following it is hard. If given the choice buy a hard copy!