Banyan Street

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iUniverse, Feb 11, 2010 - Fiction - 204 pages
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It was the last day of his freshman year at college when Butch Sands received the bad news about his father. James Sands was found floating face down in the mangroves on Pedro Island, near the Southwest Florida coastline. The authorities claim it was a fishing accident. But Butch isn’t convinced. His gut tells him that James, a journalist, was murdered due to a recent story involving illegal labor practices in Miami; Butch has no idea of the dangers he must face to find the truth. Those closest to him insist that the matter be closed—especially when Butch’s accusations focus on a popular and powerful local businessman and philanthropist. As Butch searches for answers, an unexpected hurricane leads him to newfound romance and a chance encounter with a fifth generation fisherman seeking a similar truth ignored by island residents for years. As fortunes change, Butch is forced to make a decision that will change his life forever.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 2
6
CHAPTER 3
12
CHAPTER 4
20
CHAPTER 5
22
CHAPTER 6
26
CHAPTER 7
30
CHAPTER 8
34
CHAPTER 9
38
CHAPTER 24
94
CHAPTER 25
98
CHAPTER 26
104
CHAPTER 27
108
CHAPTER 28
114
CHAPTER 29
118
CHAPTER 30
122
CHAPTER 31
130

CHAPTER 10
40
CHAPTER 11
46
CHAPTER 12
50
CHAPTER 13
52
CHAPTER 14
56
CHAPTER 15
60
CHAPTER 16
64
CHAPTER 17
68
CHAPTER 18
70
CHAPTER 19
76
CHAPTER 20
78
CHAPTER 21
82
CHAPTER 22
86
CHAPTER 23
92
CHAPTER 32
136
CHAPTER 33
150
CHAPTER 34
154
CHAPTER 35
156
CHAPTER 36
160
CHAPTER 37
166
CHAPTER 38
168
CHAPTER 39
174
CHAPTER 40
178
CHAPTER 41
186
CHAPTER 42
188
CHAPTER 43
190
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About the author (2010)

Jonathan Herbert was born in Ohio, raised in Southwest Florida, and currently lives with his wife and daughter near Cincinnati. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts. Banyan Street is his debut novel and the first in a series featuring journalist Butch Sands.

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