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Cayo Chino (The Caye Flea Saga Book 2)

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Retirement to idyllic beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Caribbean is a recurrent dream for many Americans. Walt Wilson decided to live the dream. Reality was decidedly different than his dream, but he had stuck it out for four years. Hurricanes, drug dealers, and violent local thugs had not dissuaded him. Now, cultural clashes, a maddening woman named Kate Phillips, Retirement to idyllic beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Caribbean is a recurrent dream for many Americans. Walt Wilson decided to live the dream. Reality was decidedly different than his dream, but he had stuck it out for four years. Hurricanes, drug dealers, and violent local thugs had not dissuaded him. Now, cultural clashes, a maddening woman named Kate Phillips, and economic upheavals driven by rich foreigners living thousands of miles from the bonefish flats of Belize were testing his resolve once again. Walt’s friend, a Creole named Jorge McKenna and the only other resident of Caye Flea, was experiencing his own problems. Jorge had decided to switch to the right side of the law and, as the only constable in the Manatee Islands, had to contend with a crime wave, something no one expected to occur in the Manatees. Belize prides itself on racial and cultural diversity, but could the country really accommodate the tight-knit Lee family, a clan that had migrated from China over a hundred years ago? Could the coastal lifestyle survive new drug cartels, industrial-scale fishing, and relentless pressure from developers? Would Terry Lee choose Jorge over her family? Would Kate Phillips finally make up her damn mind?


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Retirement to idyllic beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Caribbean is a recurrent dream for many Americans. Walt Wilson decided to live the dream. Reality was decidedly different than his dream, but he had stuck it out for four years. Hurricanes, drug dealers, and violent local thugs had not dissuaded him. Now, cultural clashes, a maddening woman named Kate Phillips, Retirement to idyllic beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Caribbean is a recurrent dream for many Americans. Walt Wilson decided to live the dream. Reality was decidedly different than his dream, but he had stuck it out for four years. Hurricanes, drug dealers, and violent local thugs had not dissuaded him. Now, cultural clashes, a maddening woman named Kate Phillips, and economic upheavals driven by rich foreigners living thousands of miles from the bonefish flats of Belize were testing his resolve once again. Walt’s friend, a Creole named Jorge McKenna and the only other resident of Caye Flea, was experiencing his own problems. Jorge had decided to switch to the right side of the law and, as the only constable in the Manatee Islands, had to contend with a crime wave, something no one expected to occur in the Manatees. Belize prides itself on racial and cultural diversity, but could the country really accommodate the tight-knit Lee family, a clan that had migrated from China over a hundred years ago? Could the coastal lifestyle survive new drug cartels, industrial-scale fishing, and relentless pressure from developers? Would Terry Lee choose Jorge over her family? Would Kate Phillips finally make up her damn mind?

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