Ocean City M.D.

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Palmer & Stewart Pub., 1998 - Fiction - 260 pages
While fishing in the estuary behind Ocean City, Maryland, Billy Lee, a down and out reporter for a third rate newspaper spies a large sport fishing boat unloading a ragged group of Chinese Aliens. Unknowingly, Billy has stumbled onto the human smuggling ring of a depraved physician. Worried that that Billy may have learned too much about their operation, he is set up for a murder he did not commit. Possibly betrayed by his ex-wife, he is hunted down by corrupt local police officials as he attempts to clear himself. If you like fascinating characters and a powerful finish you'll love Ocean City M.D. It gives new meaning to the phrase "Life at the beach!"

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Croft graduated from Hagerstown Community College, then attended the University of Maryland. He attended the Maryland College of Art and Design in Silver Spring, MD.

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