Who shot the beautiful twenty-three-year-old girl on this rich and peaceful tropical island?
Was it the billionaire hedge fund manager, or a local lawyer, the governor of the island, or the drug gang leader? She was involved with them all.
A London cop, working for the Royal Cayman Police on the island, questions each of them as the story exposes sex obsession, financial fraud, and gang wars on the idyllic Caribbean island of Grand Cayman, which has been often described as one of the safest and wealthiest places in the world.
Who shot her, and why, and will she survive? see samples of Richard Bonte’s novels, plays, screenplays, and short stories, click anywhere on the right menu.
“Curmudgeonly Yours” Society Bytes Radio Introduction
Curmudgeonly Yours Column – Curmudgeonly Yours, Richard Bonte’s anti-people diatribe in the modern day western world. Listen to this week’s featured podcast with writer, James L. Blackburn. Last week’s podcast featured Ettore Farinelli speaking in Italian on Italian politics in 2021, on Society Bytes Radio. Check out my book on tennis in “Purchase Books Now” and click on “The Tennis Bubble” by Richard Bonte. Also new this week, click on the play on the right “Smarter Than You” and visit the featured picture this week. You can find “Smarter Than You,” a political satire, on YouTube. Click on the link on the right under “Plays.” It appeared on the Equity Library Theater of New York and the Woodside Players.
“The Tennis Bubble” by Richard Bonte. E-Version:
Interviews in English and French on raising a tennis champion:
The week before that Richard Bonte ranted all alone about how advertising in general but particularly TV advertising ruined one’s quality of life. And in a previous episode, Richard Bonte read excerpts from “The Wuhan Plague”— by James Crew Allen and Richard Bonte—an entertaining story about the origins of Covid-19, and one epidemiologist’s fight against the powers that be in China from 2018-2019. “The Wuhan Plague,” is a new novel (2020) set in Wuhan, China and is available in e- or print-form on Amazon’s Kindle by clicking on the following links:
E-VERSION “The Wuhan Plague
PRINT VERSION “The Wuhan Plague”
In previous podcasts, you can hear the totality of “The Second Promised Land” by Richard Bonte and James Crew Allen. This short pathfinder is the fictitious account of how the Ten Commandments Tablet was discovered in the Baja California Desert and is the precursor to “The Baja Redemption,” also by Richard Bonte and James Crew Allen. “The Baja Redemption” is about how the fictitious discovery of the Ten Commandments Tablet almost leads to nuclear war in the modern era. Also, if you click on “BLOG,” you can hear Sekou Bangoura’s interview with me IN ENGLISH on “Being a Tennis Parent.” You might also want to check out “The Tennis Bubble,” my journal about being a tennis parent! Any of my books can be purchased under “Purchase Books Now” on this site. Little “pic-lits” of my books can be found here and feature “Terry’s Upside” this week. By scrolling and clicking on Podcasts, you can listen to any Society Bytes Radio podcast on “Curmudgeonly Yours.” Interviews with host Richard Bonte. The music is ‘La Polonaise’ by Wieniawski played by violinist, Max Bonte. The title Curmudgeonly Yours comes from Richard Bonte’s humorous book of the same name available on Amazon’s Kindle. Don’t be shy, buy it! In his oftentimes-multilingual show, host and author Richard Bonte interviews guests from different countries to get their take on ideas and problems facing the Western world. Richard Bonte is a Bradenton resident and a native-born New Yorker. He has lived much of his life in Canada, California and Western Europe. He has worn many hats in his life including playwright, bi-coastal actor, teacher, writer, linguist, and phonetician. He has advanced degrees from Berkeley, UCLA, and the Sorbonne. Richard has written ten novels (including ‘Curmudgeonly Yours’ (2017), and been given the FAPA (Florida Authors and Publishers Association) 2018 Silver Award for Humor), as well as written several plays and screenplays. For more information on the Internet radio show, “Curmudgeonly Yours,” go to www.societybytesradio.com.