Key West Connection

Key West Connection

"When it comes to creating push-the-limits plots and loathsome bad guys" (Sarasota Herald-Tribune), Randy Wayne White is a master. This is the New York Times bestselling author at his vintage best--a violent plunge into the depths of the Gulf Stream as one man's vengeance becomes another's worst nightmare.... Ex-Navy SEAL Dusky MacMorgan survived a military hell only to find it again where he least expected it--as a fisherman trolling the Gulf Stream in his thirty-foot clipper. His new life is shattered when a psychotic pack of drug runners turns the turquoise waters red with the blood of his beloved family. Trained in the lethal arts, Dusky has only one recourse. Armed with an arsenal so hot it could blow the Florida coast sky-high, he's tracking the goons responsible--right into the intimate circle of a corrupt U.S. Senator iving beyond the law in his own island fortress. It was built for ruthless power and perverse pleasure. Now it has to withstand the force of a one-man hit squad....

Title:Key West Connection
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780451218018
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    Key West Connection Reviews

  • Al Datum

    Before Randy Wayne White started his stories about Doc Ford (and Tomlinson...who can forget him?), he wrote a series of men's adventure stories under the name Randy Striker. Due to White's popularity,...

  • Tracy

    This book was a suspenseful quick read. I liked the main character a lot. He was one of those unbelievable hot guys who also was a tough guy(Navy Seal) and a devoted husband, father and friend. The au...

  • IslandRiverScribe

    Dusky MacMorgan is a happy man, at least as happy as a recent Vietnam vet who worked Special Ops as a Navy SEAL can be. He has a beautiful wife and twin sons who love him dearly. He has his best frien...

  • Joe  Noir

    This book is really a lot of fun, but it is pure pulp. The first book in one of those neo-pulp men’s adventure series that sprang up in the 70’s and 80’s. Written at the request of an editor at ...

  • Jennifer H

    The reason I liked this book was the forward by the author. I liked that he wrote it fast and knew that, yeah, maybe it wasn't super but he finished it and the publisher liked it. I think for any aspi...

  • Book Lady

    White's first book, published under the name Randy Striker in 1981. In a 2006 Introduction, White says he wrote the book in 9 days, using "obvious cliches", as job-of-work for Signet publishing. This ...

  • Cat

    As an author's first title, it's clear to see what his publisher saw when she first read his draft. White is a gifted author who has a knack for descriptions that make you feel like you're there. You ...

  • Jeff Kleespie

    Good but confusing The story was good but the it jumped around to much. I don't understand sex scenes with a man who just lost his wife and kid's. No need for it....

  • Patricia

    Love ALL of Randy Wayne White Books-even the early written one by Randy Striker- takes you to the Keys and West Coast of FL by boat! Living like we want to - like it used to be.......

  • Robert Fritz

    While traveling on our monthly quest through the south we found a used book store where I was able to locate a book by Randy Wayne White that I hadn't read. I've gone through all the Doc Ford ones (20...