Tropical Deception: A Pancho McMartin Legal Thriller by David Myles Robinson
Keywords: Fiction, Thriller, Legal, Crime, Hawaii, Mystery
Tropical Deception is a murder mystery set in Honolulu, Hawaii where a multi-million-dollar real estate deal is about take place. Peter Roosevelt is determined to stop them, until he is mysteriously found dead in his home. Top defense attorney Pancho McMartin is trying to prove they arrested the wrong man, but he struggles to prove his client innocent while mounting evidence is stacked against him. The thrill continues throughout the story as he navigates the case while more suspicious characters come into the picture.
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ONLINE BOOK TOUR CALENDAR
NOVEMBER 3, 2020
1. ONLINE BOOK TOUR LAUNCH
Online book tours kicks off with an author spotlight!
NOVEMBER 4, 2020
2. GUYWHOREADSBOOKS INSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Bookstagrammer Abhishek in India
NOVEMBER 5, 2020
3. BIBLIOPHILIC FOODIE DENTIST INSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Bookstagrammer Firdaus in India
NOVEMBER 6, 2020
4. BELLADONA'S BOOKS REVIEW
By Avid book blogger and Netgalley reviewer Dawn Thomas in the USA
NOVEMBER 12, 2020
5. LOSTWISPOFCOSMICDUST BOOKSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Varsha in France
NOVEMBER 13, 2020
6. BOOK GRANTS BOOKSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Elsie Granthier in the UK
NOVEMBER 16, 2020
7. BIBLIOPHILE INSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Bookstagrammer, Amber Machado in the USA
NOVEMBER 19, 2020
8. BABEL 2015 BLOG REVIEW
Review by India-based avid reader, Kritrisha
NOVEMBER 20, 2020
9. KITAABGAH (ABODE OF BOOKS) REVIEW
Review by Bookstagrammer Tanu Setia in India
NOVEMBER 23, 2020
10. MIND CANDY MYSTERIES BLOG
Review by Elaine Faber in California, USA
11. MEMORY WRITER'S NETWORK
Review by Jerry Waxler, memoir expert in Pennsylvania, USA
ABOUT THE BOOK
Strawberry Roan is one woman's search for meaning in a world of competition, isolation and passion. Her family is loving and supportive but her father's pressures become her own.
She becomes a horsewoman, a breeder and raiser of horses, a kind of equine princess who must always win competitively against girls somehow better equipped than she. In time her life pursuits lead her towards doctoring and she becomes a neurologist with a driving ambition to help people who are on the edge. Sadly, the pressures here are complex and so is her unraveling marriage. She wins only by rugged individualism and the absolute will to win.
It's a triumphant story as well as a dramatic one, laced with lovely descriptions of ranch life and the backwoods beauty of northern New Mexico.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Judy Vaughan grew up in Northern New Mexico on the family horse ranch, detailed in her New Mexico memoir, Strawberry Roan, published in 2020. She left the family ranch for boarding school in Colorado and then attended Carleton College and the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She has composed stories since childhood, and began to hone the craft of writing after forty years practicing medicine. She lives in Elk Grove, California, and writes stories featuring horses and the southwest.
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