Bright Orange for the Shroud

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The Travis McGee is a 21-chapter long mystery thriller series where one chapter after the other is full of amazing action packed thrill and suspense. This is all the brilliance of John Dann MacDonald as a writer who always goes an extra mile to bring something really special in every chapter of this series.

He manage to maintain the uniqueness of story in all the chapters of this long series. Bright Orange for the Shroud is an amazing novel and you will love it for what it is. There are plenty of other novels to prove that how skillful John D. MacDonald is as an author. A couple of the most entertaining and sensational crime mystery thrillers from the author are One Fearful Yellow Eye and The Deep Blue Good-By. Both these novels are part of the Travis McGee crime fiction mystery thriller series.

The narrator of this chapter and rather the entire series so far is Robert Petkoff. He is flawless as usual in his performance and there is absolutely no negative point about his audio performance, whatsoever.

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Travis McGee thought that he is all set for a quiet and good summer this time until Arthur Wilkinson, a walking zombie stumbles The Busted Flush. He was actually the latest casualty of the apparently fragile looing sexpot who employed the darkest arts of love attract suckers into the world of sordid schemes. The hazy and lazy days are gone all of a sudden just as Travis McGee embroiled in one of the dirtiest and dangerous cases ever of his life.

More than the character, the author will become your hero for giving such a magnificent piece of action packed literary entertainment.



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