One Fearful Yellow Eye

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One Fearful Yellow Eye is the 8th book in the highly gripping Travis McGee novel series. It is written marvelously by John D. MacDonald who seems to have great command over the crime fiction mystery thriller which this series and the subject novel is all about. The author is at his best once again and managed to keep people involved so deep in this series. A couple of other quality novels from the Travis McGee saga are The Deep Blue Good-By and Pale Gray for Guilt.

The keen followers of the Travis McGee series from chapter ne would have the idea that who the narrator will be for this next chapter. Yes, that’s right. It is Robert Petkoff once again with his mesmerizing voice to please the audience in this highly engaging mystery thriller in audio version.

How is it possible to extort as much as $600,000 from someone who is dying? Someone managed to do this very skillfully and quietly to the husband of the ex-girlfriend of Travis McGee. Travis flies down to Chicago in order to resolve this mess and there he finds out something weird. He discovered about Dr. Fortner Geis who had an exemplary life early on but then there were those people who took undue advantage of one of the indiscretion which eventually brought down the entire family. Travis McGee also found that he liked only a few members of his family, which was also something suspicious.

The book brings anther gripping tale from the Travis McGee series with some new characters introduced. You will love it for the suspense and the amazing situations that the author manages to create.

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