What if you discovered a device that made people tell the truth?
Florida Keys adventurers Trace West and Zach Zapeta find their lives tuned upside down when they discover a �truth device� hidden in the temple of an ancient civilization. Enthralled by the virtue (and entertainment value) of personally dispensing truth and justice with this unique tool, they take it all a step too far and find themselves drawn into a whirlwind of intrigue involving a secret international organization and a conspiracy that will shake the foundations of America.
Along the way, from Key West, into the Caribbean, across to Washington D.C., and back to America�s heartland, West and Zapeta gather a wild collage of friends and enemies � from a whacked-out, one-eyed pilot and an alluring computer specialist, to a zany sociopath with a zest for flimflam, a sadistic �problem-solver� for a prominent religious sect, and the director of presidential security.
The adventure never falters as a handful of souls facing the challenge of a lifetime wrest veracity and lies from con men, congressmen, patriots, and traitors, and in the end it all comes down to a final.
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The Road to Key West is an adventurous/humorous sojourn that cavorts its way through the Caribbean in the tumultuous 1970s - a carnival of extraordinary, exotic, and occasionally illegitimate experiences from Key West and the Bahamas, to Cuba and Central America.
In August of 1971, Kansas Stamps and Will Bell set out to become nothing more than commercial divers in the Florida Keys, but adventure, or misadventure, seems to dog them at every turn. They encounter a plethora of bizarre characters, from part-time pirates and Voodoo bokors, to wacky Jamaicans, Latin larcenists, and drug smugglers. Adding even more flavor to this Caribbean brew is a complicated romance, a lost Spanish treasure, and a pre antediluvian artifact created by a distant congregation who truly understood the term, "pyramid power."
Pour yourself a margarita, sit back, and slide into the '70s for a while. It's a trip that's guaranteed to make you laugh out loud, but just as easily lock you to your seat as you follow Kansas and Will through this cocktail of madcap adventures in paradise - on The Road To Key West.
Michael Reisig is one of those rare writers that can make you laugh, cry, and even shiver with the stroke of his pen. Whether you read his humorous An Old Man's Letters, the fast-paced action thriller The New Madrid Run, the "out-of-this-world" thriller The Hawks of Kamalon, the swashbuckling Brothers of the Sword/Children of Time, or his self-publishing insights in The Fledgling Author's Handbook, you'll love his style and wit.
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