The Final Country

The Final Country

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
A one-night stand with a beautiful woman takes a strange turn for part-time private eye Milo Milodragovitch when he agrees to help her catch the man who raped and murdered her sister. By the award-winning author of The Mexican Tree Duck. 50,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Texas is no place for tears. And Milo couldn't shed them if he tried. Bored with life, failing at his relationship, and running a tavern whose real business is cleaning dirty money, Milo aches for a change. Then he collides with a tall black man holding a Desert Eagle .50 who has just killed a drug dealer.
The gunman is good enough to buy Milo a stiff drink, then quickly disappears. Insisting that Milo help them run the towering man down, the cops are prepared to let the State of Texas put a needle in the shooter's arm. Milo doesn't want that to happen, so he had better find the fugitive first. But before he can take one step, he's hit by a wall of Texas voodoo.
Now Milo is free-falling into another country, a land of big money and small armies of corruption, of crooked politicians and two women willing to share their lust with a private eye with a bad back. By the time he knows the players and the plays, he's spit straight out of Texas, driving back to Montana for a meeting with a big man carrying a big gun - and a rendezvous with the most beautiful woman who has ever taken Milo for a ride.

Baker
& Taylor

A one-night stand with a beautiful woman takes a strange turn for part-time private investigator Milo Milodragovitch when he agrees to help her catch the man who raped and murdered her sister.

Publisher: New York : Mysterious Press, c2001.
ISBN: 9780892966660
0892966661
Characteristics: 310 p. ; 24 cm.

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