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Top of the Heap

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Human smuggling, international politics, creative real estate marketing, religious fanatics, Indian gaming and secret militias-All the elements of an action-packed thriller. Or just another Tuesday in South Florida. In Top of the Heap you get all these elements-and a blimp. Find out what happens when a developer bold enough to build an exclusive enclave atop a former garba ...more
Paperback, 268 pages
Published November 14th 2008 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Charles Carlson
Feb 05, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
FUN SOUTH FLORIDA DIVERSION

Another in the genre of crazy South Florida fiction, popularized by writers like Carl Hiaasen. Actually written by my friend's veterinarian. Go figure. Read thought it might be an ok read, some mindless entertainment while I was in Miami, and was pleasantly surprised. Didn't expect much from an "amateur" writer. It's got Indians, casinos, movie stars, developers, smugglers--the usual cast of South Florida crazies, along with a plot that is hilarious. Good reading for t
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