Where The Geckos Laugh

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A broke sailor owes a Mexican official money. Before sun rise he tries to escape by sailing through the shallow reef that might tear his ship to pieces.

A Canadian girl, on family vacation in Yucatan, is forever changed when she looks through a window and sees her mother kissing another woman.

Stories taken from a village near Cancun, where real Mexico begins. More

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Words: 12,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476399553
About Kevin R. Hill

My travel articles have been published in several countries. For a time I wrote a column for a national automotive magazine.

I believe travel of the utmost importance for writers. It allows us to put aside limiting beliefs and world views, and open new doors to creativity. My books have been seasoned by extensive travel and long periods of residing abroad.

As a writer I seek to illuminate and point toward the light. Sometimes I pull it off. Kevin R. Hill

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Review by: Rob Hamish on July 24, 2012 :
A funny good read. I moved with him to the Caribbean and felt the sand on my ankles, laughed at the frog named Ralph in his toilet tank, felt the hammock creak beneath me. I want to go!
(review of free book)

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