Nightmare in Pink
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 12th 1987
Publisher: Fawcett / Gold Medal
Edition language: English
Series: Travis McGee (#2)
Another revisit, from a bygone era. The dialogue and attitudes seem dated, not charming but instead something to put me off. The exciting last portion of the book sped up the pace considerably and made it more enjoyable. Interesting to compare the lone avenger nature of the Travis McGee novels wi...
Third time's a charm! This is book #2 in the series. I recall the last time I read the series collectively speaking, Travis got in a lot of trouble. But this time, this book, trouble is really, really bad. Seemed to pay more attention to just who he was and marked a couple of personal informatio...
Very fast read. Unfortunately not nearly as entertaining as the first of the Travis McGee series, Deep Blue Good-by. It's still an entertaining enough book, but the series is already headed the wrong direction and that's a bad omen. This one is set in New York and McGee appears to hate New York so p...
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