Strange Key West Days Have Found Us

Strange Key West Days Have Found Us

by William Williamson

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Overview

Jake Roberts started shrimping out of Key West with Bull Brothers in the Sixties when Bull bought his first shrimp trawler. Henry, Corky and Cat finally tracked them down wasting time at Higgs Beach. They agreed to get together for dinner and drinks at Turtle Kraals after sunset.

Come hell or high water, tonight, Henry�s telling Jake that Corky�s his biological son. What happens then, they�ll see. Corky hitchhiked five hundred miles to meet Jake with Cat tagging along after he met her in Key Largo. Corky wants acceptance from a man he�s never known and searching for the roots to his past. Cat is running from hers.

After renting a motel room, Cat decides to go clothes shopping. Henry, tired of Corky�s whining leaves for drinks at Rumrunners to sort out his own thoughts on the novel percolating in his mind and to call his girlfriend again. Earlier, before they left for Key West, they stopped for breakfast where Finee works but she had went home sick. Henry left her a message saying he was going to see Jake in Key West but he didn�t say why or with who.

Barely, eight hours in Key West and the island is changing all three of them. When Henry returns to the room, Corky has shed his Levi�s and boots for sandals, shorts and a tropical print shirt. Cat�s metamorphosis is even more a shocking chrysalis when she comes back from a beauty salon on Duval.

Henry�s feeling tonight at the Turtle is going to be interesting. When the sun goes down and the night�s denizens come out to play, evenings in Key West are always entertaining. Chum up the water with Jake and Bull�s company and if nothing else, there�s usually a party but tonight anything might happen.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150071919
Publisher: Poetscrib Publishing
Publication date: 11/28/2014
Series: Some Came After , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 542 KB

About the Author

William Williamson is the author of SOME CAME FIRST and SOME CAME AFTER, the first two novels of his Florida Keys trilogy. The final novel, SOME CAME NAKED has a publication date for 2015. His short stories have been previously published in three Key West anthologies, Once Upon an Island, Beyond Paradise and Mango Summers featuring new Key West authors. He is also the author of a collection of short stories titled, Jack, Beans and Muffins and seventeen books of prose poetry.


Bar Snatch
Tonight We�re Serving Insanity for Supper
A Mere Miscellany of Midnight Madrigals
Millennium Maladies
Sixty Nine Poems on a Sundog Day
A Killing Frost Falls Down Tonight
Last Call, Selected Bar Prose
After Hours, Selected Bar Prose Vol. II
A Madness is Within Reach Inside of All of Us
A Murmur Escaped from her Lips as his Hands Traced her Hips
Accept No Presents And Give No Pardons, a Poet is on his Own
At Odds with the Flavor of the Union
First and Last Impressions from the Lost and Found
Forgotten Notes from Nights of Ill-gotten Grandeur
Last Night of the Orphan Poems
Redundant Ruminations of a Hand Well Stroked
You�ll be my Monkey and I�ll be the Proudest Palm Tree
You ever Seen

William�s books are available in both paper and as E-books
at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com.

To read more of William�s work,
visit William Williamson.com and Poetscrib.com
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William Williamson was born and raised in the Florida Keys where his family has lived in Key West and Islamorada for over a hundred and fifty years. Though proud of his Conch heritage, William currently resides in St. Augustine, Florida. Between writing fiction and prose poetry, working on completing revisions to SOME CAME NAKED, the third novel of his Florida Keys trilogy, following SOME CAME FIRST and SOME CAME AFTER, William, enjoys time with his son, Brandon, taking care of his botanical garden and koi ponds while raising two green iguanas with his adorable wife, Cocos.

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Strange Key West Days Have Found Us 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MangroveMan More than 1 year ago
A great read. A Great Read. There’s telling beauty, ugliness and weirdness. What else would you expect with a night in Key West? Reminds me of another past resident writer of Key West. Tennessee Williams. Now, I am going to read the entire novel, SOME CAME AFTER, to see what brought these characters together and what transpires in that tropical playground called Key West.