Oyster Blues

Oyster Blues

Book - 2002
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Baker & Taylor
When a waitress from an oyster bar in Appalachicola, Florida, heads south to Miami, she suddenly finds herself embroiled in a mystery involving a man, the mob, a boat, guns, oysters, and a mysterious coffin.

Baker
& Taylor

When a waitress from Appalachicola oyster bar heads south to Miami, she suddenly finds herself embroiled in a zany mystery set in Florida involving a man, the mob, a boat, guns, oysters, and a mysterious coffin. A first novel.

Simon and Schuster
OYSTER BLUES is a fast-paced and funny thriller, that has wit, pungent dialogue, and a unique take on life's ups, downs and in--betweens.Full of memorable characters, including our heroine, Jane Ellen Ashley, the dirt-poor oyster-schucker with electric-blue eyes who loves nothing more than to read -- until she meets "Happy" Harry Harper, and then the games and suspense begin. As Roger Simon, bestselling author of THE BIG FIX says, "Michael McClelland has cooked up a great dish in OYSTER BLUES."Now the fans of Elmore Leonard, Carl Hiassen and Edna Buchanan can enjoy discovering a wonderful new writer that will put a chill up their spines and smiles on their faces.

Publisher: New York : ibooks, Simon & Schuster, c2002
ISBN: 9780743452595
0743452593
Branch Call Number: F MCC
Characteristics: 272 p. ; 24 cm

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