Dreadful Lemon Sky

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Random House Publishing Group, Apr 12, 1985 - Fiction - 272 pages
29 Reviews
It's almost four in the morning when McGee is jarred awake by a breathless ghost from his past. Carolyn Milligan desperately needs Travis to keep a package full of cash safe and sound. What's in it for him? Ten grand and no questions asked. She'll be back in a month. But two weeks later, Carrie dies in a roadside 'accident, ' leaving Travis with a fortune and a nagging conscience. Now he's obsessed with tracking down the mysterious truth about Carrie: what she was involved with, and why she had to die....

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Review: The Dreadful Lemon Sky (Travis McGee #16)

User Review  - Paul O'Grady - Goodreads

The Travis McGee series was recommended to me by a friend who shared my love for the Nero Wolfe mysteries. I think it is in that context that I was disappointed. Somehow MacDonald's Travis McGee takes ... Read full review

Review: The Dreadful Lemon Sky (Travis McGee #16)

User Review  - Roberta - Goodreads

Not really worthy of three stars but certainly not two. I loved all his Travis McGee books so I guess this was a little nostalgic. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
18
Section 3
27
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About the author (1985)

John D. MacDonald was born in Sharon, Pennsylvania in 1916. He attended Syracuse University for his B. S degree, then went on to Harvard University for his M. B. A. After serving during World War II, MacDonald published "Brass Cupcake," his first novel. By the time he had written over 40 novels, MacDonald had received the Ben Franklin Award, the Mystery Writers of America's Grandmaster Award, and the American Book Award. John D. MacDonald died in 1986.

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