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by Tom Corcoran

Author: Tom Corcoran
Language: English
Publisher: Dredgers Lane, LLC; First Edition edition (May 1, 2012)
Pages: 324 pages
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Rating: 4.5
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Tom Corcoran returns with a seventh Alex Rutledge novel, and longtime fans and newcomers to this series are sure to enjoy The Quick Adios (Times Six). It is January in Key West.

Tom Corcoran returns with a seventh Alex Rutledge novel, and longtime fans and newcomers to this series are sure to enjoy The Quick Adios (Times Six).

Key West veteran Tom Corcoran spins another great Alex Rutledge mystery in The Quick Adios. Corcoran has a way of connecting his readers to his characters, making them more than just people on the page. Rutledge and company are old friends that you visit every few years on your trip to the Keys.

Corcoran, Tom. Beeson drove south on I-75, west into Sarasota and south on Orange Avenue. During that time two thoughts played inside my mind. He had vehemently cussed a supplier and ten seconds later, in a respectful, wistful tone, expressed fondness for his late grandmother and her ‘54 Ford

The Quick Adios (Times Six) (Alex Rutledge Mystery Series).

The Quick Adios (Times Six) (Alex Rutledge Mystery Series). Alex Rutledge, freelance and part-time Key West crime scene photographer, awakes to his first day off in months. Late August, the off-season, the dog days.

Tom Corcoran is the author of eight Key West-based mysteries and numerous books of non-fiction. Tanner and Fecko also played supporting roles in Corcoran’s most recent Rutledge mystery, The Quick Adios (Times Six). His latest novel, a spin-off from his Alex Rutledge Series, is Crime Almost Pays. It features Dubbie Tanner and Wiley Fecko, characters introduced in earlier books, who recently formed their own private-eye company, Southernmost Aristocratic Investigations. Tom has lived in Florida for over 40 years, with ten of those years in Key West, and four years on Cudjoe Key.

With the recent release of The Quick Adios (Times Six), Corcoran revisits a character, Alex Rutledge, who has appeared in fi There are few people writing Florida-based novels today with more street cred than Tom Corcoran

With the recent release of The Quick Adios (Times Six), Corcoran revisits a character, Alex Rutledge, who has appeared in fi There are few people writing Florida-based novels today with more street cred than Tom Corcoran. The guy co-wrote songs ( Fins and Cuban Crime of Passion for those Parrotheads who might be interested) with Jimmy Buffett back in the 1970s, and sold tacos on the street corner out of his bicycle basket, for Pete’s sake! The locals knew him as Taco Tom back then. With the recent release of The Quick Adios (Times Six), Corcoran revisits a character, Alex Rutledge, who has.

Tom Corcoran is a Florida-based writer of mystery novels. He has also authored three books on classic Ford Mustangs. Hawk Channel Chase (2009). The Quick Adiós (Times Six) (2012). Triple in Paradise (2012). He has also authored three books on classic Ford Mustangs Selected bibliography. The Mango Opera (1998). Tom Corcoran's official homepage.

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Tom Corcoran returns with a seventh novel, his first Alex Rutledge mystery in three years. Longtime fans and newcomers to this series are sure to enjoy The Quick Adios (Times Six). It is January in Key West, and freelance photographer Rutledge is summoned by his lover, city detective Beth Watkins, to a double-murder scene in The Tideline condo near Smathers Beach. When he arrives, cameras in hand, Alex is asked to leave. There is no explanation given. Within an hour he is offered another photo job, this time to document an office building in the Sarasota area. He flies north with the client later that day only to find confusion and murder on that end, too. The main problem in both locations, Alex quickly learns, is the abundance of suspects. Rutledge has no desire to be an investigator, and much prefers his work for ad agencies and travel magazines. But he is driven by circumstances and the death of a friend to analyze and act. In each case his photography helps to both create and answer questions, and his tenacity takes him to places that police cannot go. It also takes him, his friend Sam Wheeler, and Detective Watkins to situations that they may not survive. As in previous Rutledge novels, Key West, with its characters, history, natural beauty and isolation, plays a fundamental role in the tale, in this instance the events of two murder cases.