Night at Key West

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Key West. Hemingway. Murder.  

When private investigator Simon Wolfe is hired to follow his friend’s wife under suspicion of adultery, he could never have guessed it would lead him into a friendship with the world’s leading writer, Ernest Hemingway. Nor could he have predicted the strange and disturbing twists the investigation would take.  

The case accelerates quickly when the wife is found murdered in a Key West hotel and discovered to have a secret life. But that revelation is downright boring as the plot thickens with increasingly bizarre revelations, capped off with a macabre ending no one saw coming.  

Based on actual events, Night at Key West is a wild ride into history and intrigue, populated by many true-to-life characters and places.

1 review for Night at Key West

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    This is my first Craig A Hart book, and I loved it! A mixture of historical fact and fiction, this whodunnit had me guessing until the very end. Simon Wolfe, an aspiring author and detective, is hired to investigate the murder of his classmate’s wife. Everyone becomes a suspect, and Simon is checking all possible people out, even the one who hired him! When the body goes missing, there is even more to evaluate, and the plot thickens. Ernest Hemingway makes an appearance, guiding Wolfe through his writing and his investigation giving us a glimpse into their lives and the times. I loved this story for the sheer fact that Wolfe is a normal guy giving it his best shot at figuring out this puzzle. We get to be right there with him, searching for the clues and trying our best to find the murderer. And what a surprise!

    Narration by Tom Jordan is always good, but I love him as he does the suspenseful mysteries. His inflection in the story is just as I would assume Simon would have and gives it that edginess to keep you guessing. Including an accent or two as well, he is a talent that gives the story total enjoyment for me and I loved listening to him.

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