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Ex-priest and newly minted agnostic Max Castillo ekes out a living as a private investigator from his houseboat in Benidorm, Spain. He's finally got a little free time ... until a big-shot turns up dead at a local golf course. Now, his former employer is calling in an old debt, and Max is neck-deep in gangsters, grifters and girls with grudges. A decades-old secret could hold the key to solving the case, but can Max figure it out before one of them leaves him ... Buried in Benidorm?

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    Buried in Benidorm

    Interesting read as the identity of the killer was not revealed till the end. A dood suspense thriller.

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    Buried in Benidorm

    Thoroughly enjoyable. Typical P.I. story of heavy drinking detective with interesting mystery to solve. A couple of nice changes from other P.I. characters in that he is not a womanizer and there are no prolonged fight scenes. I like the main character, Max Castillo, and hope to meet him again

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    Cliche

    Not truly horrible. Many of the scenes are quite trite. The lead character withholds information from the police or other characters when there is no need and when it would benefit him to share. The murderer was a surprise, but an unsatisfactory surprise.

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