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Georgia Peach

Jacoby, Burt

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ISBN 10: 0738829005 / ISBN 13: 9780738829005
Published by Xlibris Corp, 2000
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Title: Georgia Peach

Publisher: Xlibris Corp

Publication Date: 2000

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 1st.

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Eli Wilmott is a blue water sailor who makes a decent living as a sax player in New York's jazz clubs. He saves the life of James Bly, an international real estate developer. Bly invites him home and Eli falls hard for his wife, Diane, a scheming beauty with seductive intelligence. She convinces Eli her husband is in financial trouble and might be planning to kill her for her money.

The three cruise to Bermuda aboard the couple's sailing yacht and during Eli's off-watch, Diane disappears. Believing Bly has drowned her, Eli throws him overboard and searches for Diane throughout the night. She mysteriously appears aboard, alive and well. On reaching land, he discovers she has little money of her own and will inherit her husband's vast estate.

Unbeknown to the lovers, local fishermen have rescued Bly. Recuperating under a false name in a Bermuda hospital, he plans his reign of terror.

About the Author:

Manhattan born and Manhattan bred, Burt Jacoby built bridges, dams, airport terminals and skyscrapers before starting his writing career. An ocean racing sailor, he is a graduate of Columbia University who has made a study of noir crime tales in print and film. His short story, Zero Tolerance, won the action/adventure category of the Southwest Writers Conference. He lives in Norwalk, Connecticut not far from his sloop, Black Goose.

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