Gypsy in the Moonlight

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This work of historical noir fiction is set on the island of Trinidad during World War II. As stealthy Nazi U-boats try to reach the ports of Latin America, Trinidad becomes a vital outpost in the British and American effort to head them off. But as the days grow hotter and the nights grow longer lying in wait for those Nazi ships, restlessness turns to mischief, and mischief turns to murder. More

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About J L F Waldron

J.L.F. Waldron (a.k.a. Lawrence Waldron) was born and raised in Port of Spain, Trinidad. An art historian by training, he has published several scholarly essays, newspaper articles and book chapters on the ancient, colonial and modern Caribbean. Gypsy in the Moonlight is his first novel, and the first in a series of Calypso Mysteries that explore the kinship between the noir and calypso genres of the 1930s and 40s. Waldron currently lives in New York City.

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Review by: Luke Short on Feb. 20, 2015 :
I enjoyed this book. The plot is interesting. I thought there was a little too much rum shop philosophy involved, but still a good read. I would buy another book by this author.
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