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Maili Beach, a crime noir novella set in Hawai'i
He didn't want to return to Hawai'i, but before he could escape again the bodies started to pile up...
"The Company" had one rule, talk, and you get buried alive!
A bite of the big pineapple! A nightmare in paradise!
A tale of innocence, vice, and dumb luck...
A man returns to Hawai'i for his father’s funeral and is forced to take over the family’s criminal business.
At first, he rejects the role, but as he learns about the family history; reunites with his old girlfriend; and recognizes his opportunity, he hatches a plan to steal the family’s inheritance. In a bitter-sweet climax, he learns that fortune favors the brave…
“A real page-turner that has everything: man's struggle against his base nature, greed, selfishness, fear, anger, hatred, love, and lust. There is a search for a "homeland" and to find a place where we belong- whether land as in ancestral or land as a piece of this earth that is ours. It gives us "roots" no matter how far away we may be such as on the "mainland" It reads like a noir novel- well researched and well written and filled with the foibles of us humans insisting on doing things our own way. But there is also a quest for something bigger than ourselves here; a search for redemption/salvation however unattainable it may seem to be. There is still a wish, a cry, and a hope to believe that it may be possible.”