Detective Morgan Hunt, hero of Sweetware Ranch, is back in the latest mystery by Edgar Award-winning author Geoffrey Norman. In Blue Chipper, Hunt, convicted murderer turned detective, and his boss, the idealist lawyer Nat Semmes, uncover a conspiracy of terror at the heart of big-time college sports....
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||240 Pages|
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Blue Chipper Reviews
Blue chipper is a pretty good book so far. i am not quite done with it yet but i will pretty soon. it is about a young man in high school that is very good at basketball but lives in a pretty tough neighborhood. he is being chased by scouts all the time and even when they knew it is illeagle at this time. a local man comes and talks to the young man about them and tells him they are going to set a scout up that offers him a full ride before singing day and illeagle benefits. "He's got his his game goin' tonight boy." That is my favorite quote of the book because it is by an older man that thinks he knows everything about the guy even though they have never met and he really doesn't know him what so ever but just lives close to him and admires how he plays. But so far i really like this book and enjoy reading it.
#2 in the Morgan Hunt series. This 1992 entry was also published as Blue Streak (1995). Morgan Hunt is a Viet Nam vet acting as an investigator/knight errant for a philanthropic lawyer in Florida. One of many detective series to spring up in Travis McGee's Florida country, this one is unfortunately short at only 4 entries between 1995 and 1995.