Crime novel set in Cayman

| 05/11/2008

(CNS): Once again Books and Books at Camana Bay will be offering local bookworms a real treat with a visiting award winning author reading from his latest novel. Crime writer Bob Adamov, will be reading from and signing copies of his fifth book in the Emerson Moore series, The Other Side of Hell set in the Cayman Islands which also comes with a free CD from his collaborator on the novel Mike “Mad Dog” Adams.

 

On Wednesday 12 November at 7pm Adamov will be offering a snippet of his latest adventure which features action in George Town, Red Bay, West Bay, Morgan’s Harbour, Nancy’s Divetech, Rum Point and East End. On this particular book Adamov partnered with songwriter and comedian, Mike “Mad Dog” Adams so each copy of the book includes a copy of Adams’ new 11 song CD by the same name.

Commenting on the joint venture, Adamov said originally, his friend Mad Dog’s involvement was just as a vehicle to convey hero Emerson Moore to the Cayman Islands since Mad Dog has also been a popular entertainer there.

“As Mike and I talked, the venture evolved into him having a featured action role in the novel and writing the corresponding song. Being such a rascal himself, Mad Dog fit right into the colourful cast of characters.”

Adams added that he was very flattered to have been asked by Adamov to be involved in the project. “I hope that the title song, along with the rest of the CD, complement his exciting adventure story,” he said.

The Other Side of Hell continues the popular Emerson Moore series and Adamov’s string of Lake Erie island best sellers – Rainbow’s End, Pierce the Veil, When Rainbows Walk and Promised Land.

In this novel Emerson Moore finds himself in the Cayman Islands where he is drawn into the intrigue surrounding a nefarious Jamaican drug lord and his surreptitious underwater activities in Boatswain’s Bay off of DiveTech. At the same time, he stumbles across information regarding a missing German raider and uncovers a deadly Soviet Union plan. The provocative cast of characters include MOORE’s Ex-Navy SEAL buddy Sam Duncan, legendary Put-in-Bay singer Mike “Mad Dog” Adams, an attractive and reticent Jamaican woman, a furtive Royal Cayman Police Superintendent and the rapscallions at Durty Reid’s Bar and Grille in Red Bay.

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