The Deep Blue Good-by

The Deep Blue Good-by

Book - 1964
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Travis McGee, beach bum and "salvage expert", lives on a houseboat in Fort Lauderdale. Instead of taking retirement at 60, he takes it in chunks as he goes along. If he likes you he'll help you, and he likes Cathy Kerr, who has been robbed of everything but her dignity.
Publisher: New York : Random House Trade Paperbacks, ©1964
ISBN: 9780812983920
Branch Call Number: MACDONA
Characteristics: 222 pages
Alternative Title: Deep blue goodbye

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natleaven
Jun 12, 2017

I re-read the Travis McGee series every few years. I love his take on the world and his environmentalism. I wish John D. MacDonald was still around, he was getting better and better as time went on and I know he would have a lot to say about the state of the world now.

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7626dee
Jun 07, 2017

Many people read his books to try to figure out Travis Mcgee. Focus on the other characters and you will find the real story of Florida and all the warts on that lovely skin.

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deRougemont
Jul 18, 2013

A classic.

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