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The dark side of the Sunshine State is revealed through tales of intrigue and murder.

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The residents of Anna Maria Island are rocked when a popular motel owner disappears; even though there's no body, all signs point to murder, and the beach slowly gives up its secrets until a killer is cornered.
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In Miami, spa owner John Mitchell forms a partnership with Steve Beattie, only to discover that friendship, like beauty, can be both deceiving and deadly.
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A British millionaire vanishes, causing police to delve into an international network of disguise, deceit and fraud.
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When Don and Fern Moringiello retire to Ft. Myers Beach, Fla., to spend their golden years soaking up the sun, then a body is found in the bay near their home, and their idyllic retirement becomes a tangled story of betrayal and murder.
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In Palm Beach, Fla., socialite Linda Cooney is acquitted of murdering her ex-husband, James, claiming she shot him to death in self-defense, then, 20 years later, she goes on trial for another bizarre shooting.
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Millionaire citrus farmer Charles Von Maxcy builds an idyllic life with his wife, Irene, on a ranch in the small town of Sebring, then things turn sour when an adulterous affair leads to cold-blooded murder.

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