L.A. detective Shell Scott is on a beautiful Caribbean island where voodoo and grisly murder lurk in the shadows of the postcard setting.
So says the private eye, "The island couldn't be more charming with its stretches of white beaches, crystalline lagoons, and exotic bikini-clad beauties. But with three dead bodies and a voodoo priest, I had a hard time concentrating on sightseeing. It seemed superstitious to me, since nobody could solve the puzzling cause of their deaths. So with the assistance of my own lovely native doll, I had my work cut out for me--and that was simply managing to evade the long voodoo needle that was destined for my heart!"
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Dead Man’s Walk is the 29th book in the Shell Scott Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.