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Book Note: John D. MacDonald, Free Fall in Crimson

I read this book about 5-Apr-2004. I've read this book before. The book is copyright 1981. This note was last modified Monday, 05-May-2014 22:20:17 PDT.

This is book 19 of the "Travis McGee" series.

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Number 18 for McGee. Another dark one, this on involving crazy movie makers, and biker clubs. We get to meet McGee's Lieutenant, running a biker bar and hangout (from his wheelchair).

There's some nice movie-making stuff, including a brief visit to Lysa Dean from an earlier book. Seems the people on the movie project are augmenting their income by making sex films on the side, using not-fully-willing local talent. McGee escapes the lynch mob by taking off in a balloon near the end. The movie writer/director, and his girlfriend whose money McGee is looking into, are pretty far over the edge.

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