Savage Tango
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Savage Tango

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It's June in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and the only thing that's hotter than the pavement is Bartholomew Augustus Savage's personal and professional life. August, a self-described beach bum who takes his retirement in installments, is neither a police officer nor a licensed private investigator; rather, he's a self-described "waste management consultant" who professionall...more
Hardcover, 244 pages
Published June 3rd 2011 by Authorhouse
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Mark Polino
I got 10% of the way through and had to quit. This is supposed to be thriller, an action book, yet in the first 10% there's no action. There is a lot of fluffy writing and way more detail than anyone cares about. I don't care what the address is of the restaurant that the main character ate at, but it's in there.

There are a number of other sins in here as well. The author explains every little thing. It comes across as talking down to the reader. The book is written in first person present. It...more
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