Farewell, Conch Republic by Hialeah Jackson
(Farewell Series)

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Investigating a murder at the Hemingway Museum in Key West, Miami P.I. Annabelle Hardy and her partner Dave discover that there are almost as many possible suspects on the island as there are tourists. The case ultimately leads the pair--along with cutthroat sea salvagers, unscrupulous land developers, and even the U.S. Navy--on a wild chase for a Madonna statue lost at sea.

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Hialeah Jackson is a pseudonym for Polly Whitney, the author of Until Death, an Agatha Award nominee for best first novel, Until the End of Time, and Until It Hurts. In addition, she is the author of Cyberbook. an on-line mystery satire available only on the World Wide Web. She maintains homes in both New York City and Boca Raton, Florida.
Published January 1, 1999 by Dell. 368 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Deaf PI Annabelle Hardy-Maratos and her offbeat sidekick, Dave ""the Monkeyman"" Enamorado, are hot on the heels of another murderer in Jackson's follow-up to The Alligator's Farewell.

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