Eddie's Desert Rose

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A Saudi prince leads Eddie Bates into a forbidden world with a fully stocked bar, Filipino boy-girls, and disco music. The next day Eddie turns up dead. Dave Bates sets out to find why his brother met an untimely death, and in solving the mystery, he must confront disturbing things about his brother's lifestyle, his wife, and his country. More

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Words: 84,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458023353
About Vincent Meis

Vincent Meis grew up in the middle of a large family in the middle-sized city in the middle of Illinois in the middle of the country. He currently lives in San Francisco and teaches English at the City College of San Francisco. He has also taught in Saudi Arabia, Spain, and Mexico. This novel is available as an audiobook at Podcast.com. You can visit his website at www.vincentmeis.com.

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Review by: Tina Martin on June 22, 2011 :
I've always admired Vincent Meis as a photographer, but now I see that he's a writer too and one who knows how to keep a reader's interest! I found Eddie's Desert Rose very engaging--definitely a page-turner, or whatever the audible equivalent is. I was also interested in the setting and getting a glimpse of a part of the world that's always in the news but rarely understood.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: M Wellman on May 09, 2011 :
I've been following Vincent's career for a while. After finishing Eddie's Dessert Rose I'm certain it is my favorite read. I love the character development as the story weaves it's way to the ending. Each person lives in my mind as real mix of strength and vulnerability. Curl up in a cozy chair and you won't put this story down until the finish!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Bill Meis on April 11, 2011 :
An exciting thriller even if it were not taking place at the very heart of the current events making history. A must read
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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