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The Disposables

(Obscurité de Floride #2)

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In the jungles of coastal Mexico, twelve-year-old Kazu Danser is on the run, his bloody past haunting and attempting to be his ruination. Hot on his heals is journalist Carson Staines, a deadly madman full of blood thirst and greed, determined to first chronicle Kazu's criminal life - and then end it. Staines must nail him down, dead or alive; the boy being worth a huge pa ...more
Paperback, 472 pages
Published June 1st 2021 by Epouvantail Books, LLC
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Greg Jolley (also published under Gregory French) earned a master of art in writing from the University of San Francisco. He is the author of sixteen novels and one collection about the fictional, film industry-based Danser family. He currently lives in the Very Small town of Ormond Beach, Florida

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