ALLIGATOR ALLEY is the second novel in Gord Hume‘s popular “Samantha and the Sheriff” series and it continues the adventures of Samantha Summers as she settles into her new life in Florida.
From a vicious Central American gang disposing of bodies in the gator-infested Everglades to a steamy romantic weekend in South Beach, ALLIGATOR ALLEY is a fast-paced and riveting ride.
The second “Samantha and the Sheriff” adventure finds the two of them enjoying a hot romance that suddenly shatters under the pressure of Samantha’s election campaign, which has proved to be both fierce and dirty, and the Sheriff’s heroic confrontation with an opioid epidemic that is killing local residents in increasing numbers.
Humour and tense action make a rich cocktail for readers. Danger and corruption menace Samantha and the Sheriff around every corner as they put themselves and their relationship on the line.
Readers love the “Samantha and Sheriff” series. Comments about the first adventure, SAPPHIRE BLUE, were thunderous:
“I couldn’t put it down. I haven’t laughed so hard in a long time.”
“I read it on the plane and couldn’t stop laughing. People were asking me where to get SAPPHIRE BLUE.”
“I loved it. I gave it to my mother, who rarely reads fiction. She absolutely loved it.”
“What a great read. I really enjoyed it. I can’t wait for the sequel.”
What readers are saying about ALLIGATOR ALLEY:
“The dialogue is usually smart, snappy and funny. Hume’s extensive experience in the media. business and municipal government all serve him well as he conjures up his fast-paced, funny stories about condo life along the Florida coast.” Pat Moauro, Editor, Aging Well Magazine.
To learn more about Gord Hume and read the article written about him the September 2019 edition of Aging Well magazine please visit his author page.
ISBN: 978-1-77257-248-3 (PB)
ISBN: 978-1-77257-249-0 (eBook)