Mid Ocean by T. Rafael Cimino

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Special Agent Joel Kenyon, just out of the U.S. Customs Academy, has been assigned to the badlands of drug enforcement, the Florida Keys. In a short time he must adjust himself to lifestyle of sandals, Jimmy Buffett and the quest for the perfect frozen drink. Set in 1984, Mid Ocean will take you to the Caribbean wild west. A place tourists never see, where, for centuries, fortunes have been won and lost along the treacherous reefs; a haven divers and fishermen during the day; a conduit for smugglers at night. With the lure of easy money and the temptations available to those in authority, the lines of right and wrong are often blurred, testing even the strongest moral compass in an atmosphere where navigating a bad course can be deadly. In the end, Joel will question everyone, including himself in his quest for what is right and what is true. Mid Ocean was inspired by real-life events.
 

About T. Rafael Cimino

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T. Rafael Cimino (born June 4, 1963, Wayne, NJ) is an American writer and film producer and is the youngest member of the Cimino Family of American film producers. His work first appeared in the film "Lost in Translation" and since he has gone on to contribute to several other feature films and television series such as "Miami Vice" and "Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip". He has quickly become one of Hollywood's most recognized novelists-turned-screenwriters, going on to establish himself in mainly dramatic genres. As a novelist, Cimino has authored three acclaimed works: "MidOcean", "Table 21", and "River Town". In 2008 he signed a three year contract with Akula Films and in 2009 started pre-production of "Table 21" as a major motion picture. Cimino currently resides in Florida and New York City.
 
Published December 11, 2009 by BMG Publishing Group / Akula Media. 422 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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