Baja Florida

Baja Florida Zack Chasteen s old friend Mickey Ryser pays a surprise visit to deliver some bad news doctors tell him he has only a few weeks to live and he plans to spend it on his private island hideaway in the B

  • Title: Baja Florida
  • Author: Bob Morris
  • ISBN: 9780312377267
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Baja Florida

    Zack Chasteen s old friend Mickey Ryser pays a surprise visit to deliver some bad news doctors tell him he has only a few weeks to live and he plans to spend it on his private island hideaway in the Bahamas But Ryser has a favor to ask He needs Zack to find his estranged daughter, Jen, whom Ryser hasn t seen in than twenty years He wants to make amends and spendZack Chasteen s old friend Mickey Ryser pays a surprise visit to deliver some bad news doctors tell him he has only a few weeks to live and he plans to spend it on his private island hideaway in the Bahamas But Ryser has a favor to ask He needs Zack to find his estranged daughter, Jen, whom Ryser hasn t seen in than twenty years He wants to make amends and spend what little time he has left with her.When last heard from, Jen had bought a big sailboat and was bound for the Bahamas with some college friends A private detective hired by Ryser to track her down has gone MIA One of Jen s friends has jumped ship, under curious conditions And there s the specter of an international piracy ring, known to hijack and plunder private yachts passing through island waters With little to go on, Zack embarks on a mission that will take him from one end of the Bahamas to the other It s home to all sorts of rogues and rascals, with plenty of places to hide a wonderment of islands that Zack calls Baja Florida.

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    1. Daniel Audet

      I just finished this book a few min's ago and I couldn't wait to tell you all how much I enjoyed it.Maybe it was the tropical setting, one I am personally in love with, or maybe it was the action our hero - "Zach-o" gets caught up in as he goes on a deadly mission to find the "lost" daughter of his dear and dying longtime friend, Mickey. A mission which takes him by land, sea and air in and around the islands. Or, maybe it was the cool cover which caught my eye on the bookshelf. It's all goodwha [...]

    2. Victoria Allman

      I am an admitted Bob Morris fan. I love mysteries and think Morris's Zach Chasteen series is one of the best. In the latest, Baja Florida, Morris has settled into his characters and tells an intriguing tale set on a sailboat and islands in the Bahamas. Morris's extensive knowledge of the region shines through with writing that resonates with a sense of place. I was filled with both hunger and wanderlust when I read Baja Floridad an urge to pour myself a rum to sip The characters are well-written [...]

    3. David

      Well, it took exactly 2 weeks to plow through Bob Morris' 5 novels to date that make up the Zack Chasteen series, and I was not disappointed once. This is a series that is smart, thrilling, with great mysteries and excellent locations. This book is a bit slower than the previous entry (A Deadly Silver Sea). In a way, it resembles an old fashioned mystery with Chasteen searching for a dying friend's lost daughter. What Morris does that works so great is offers a parallel narrative from the point- [...]

    4. Muld00n

      "There is a tendency of one generation to run wild, break rules, enjoy itself, and then condemn those who come along next to give these indulgences a new spin".It is my opinion that the condemnation comes from envy of their youth.This is my first Bill Morris/Zack Chasteen novel. I was prepared not to like this book but the more I read of it the better I liked it. Until I learned that Zack is independently wealthy, I thought it was a bit unbelievable that he was throwing hundred dollar bills arou [...]

    5. Leonardo Etcheto

      The first of the series that I read, enjoyed the overall island vibe very well. Also learned something about the Bahamas, which is not hard to do because I knew almost nothing other than general location and that English is spoken. The details on the boats was cool, liking boats myself. In many ways a classic story (lost daughter, large legacy, dying father, isolated luxury house, old friends to the rescue) but executed quite well and with an interesting main character. I liked it and will look [...]

    6. Jeanne

      While I'm not a fan of series books, I love anything dealing with the tropics and boats. This was the only Bob Morris book on the library shelf, so thought I'd give it a try. Not bad writing, interspersed with humor, which is always fun. I laud Morris for making Zach, the protagonist, likable & macho without the use of foul language. Morris obviously know the islands well & creates a nice atmosphere with a little history of the Bahamas thrown in. I think I've even met one of the customs [...]

    7. Ed

      #5 in the Zack Chasteen series. Apparently the final chapter in the saga of Zack Chasteen, a former Miami Dolphin linebacker.Zack Chasteen heads for the Bahamas as a favor to a dying friend. He is to find the friend's daughter, supposedly on a sailing trip, and bring her and a restored yacht to the friend's island. The daughter and her sailboat are missing and Zack gets conflicting information from her shipmates. Murder and mayhem ensue and someone is intent on pinning it on Chasteen.

    8. Edward Whitfill

      I started reading Bob Morris on his first novel, Bahamarama. Bob Morris is a fun read. Part mystery, a little humor, and a lot of Florida and the islands to the south. Zak is the kind of guy that you've met that's just a little bigger then life. If you like to read Carl Hiaasen or like the Stephanie Plum novels of Janet Evanovich, give Bob Morris a read.

    9. Jim Nesbitt

      Great CrazinessBob Morris knows how to tell a cliffhanger thriller and also has a deft hand for dropping in the knowledgeable details about the things he knows and loves - the real Florida, boats, life on the salt, the islands in The Stream. This Zack Chasten novel is a corker. Read it now.

    10. Kristin

      If you can’t afford a tropical vacation, try visiting Baja Florida instead. Though its pages are filled with mystery, murder, and deceit, it’s still an enjoyably laid-back read. Read the full review at nightsandweekends/arti

    11. Bill

      Another well told tale by Bob Morris. Zack Chasteen helps a dying friend find his daughter in this entertaining story that has all kinds of twists and turns. Morris' description of a changing Florida and the Bahama chain of islands adds depth and emotion to the plot. Well worth reading.

    12. Rob James

      i recently plowed through the five (so far) Chasteen novels from Bob Morris. All were solid, fun little mysteries. The main character is likable and not too much of a either a sinner or a saint. Fun stuff and each is worth the read.

    13. Dale

      Thoroughly enjoyable. With the Zack series, Morris' plotting, while solid, is almost secondary. The settings and the characters are what the stories are really about. I'm a sucker for a strong supporting character, and Boggy is one of my favorites. This one has a nice heavy dose of Boggy.

    14. DAVID HERBSTER

      Great readA fun page turner. I am a slow reader but gobbled it up. Bob Morris is part mystery writer, part food critic and part travel guide. It all makes for a fun ride - and a good read.

    15. Rhonda

      This was a fun read and I love to read stories that are set in Florida. The character reminded me of the Robert B. Parker's Spencer character, complete with questionable, hot sidekick.

    16. Jon

      5th book in Morris's Zack Chasteen series. Nothing terribly original or earth-shattering. But this is a great beach, airport, vacation read. Enjoyable while reading but forgettable afterwards.

    17. Walter Ramsay

      The Author kept it simple and I enjoyed reading about the area I've grown accustomed to. He keeps you wanting for more.

    18. Michele

      Once I read the first book, I was hooked on Zach, he's a humorous and very likable charactor. Can't wait for another novel.

    19. Dale Moore

      Mr. Morris does a wonderful job of transporting the reader down to the Keys! A great setting for a solid mystery.

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