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ISBN-10: 1980543356

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Dr. James Pashen, Professor of Southern historical past on the collage of Virginia, used to be on his option to Miami to make the speech of his occupation. Having had his booklet, bad White Trash, released the 12 months ahead of, this speech on the 1924 conference of the yank Historian organization could open doorways he can have by no means imagined ten years past.

But as he loved breakfast with a colleague, a look out of the educate window replaced his existence. That one look all started a downward spiral into offerings he by no means suggestion he could make, and the results of wasting himself in Miami.

Set one of the backdrop of Twenties boomtown Miami, Florida, Pashen's quest takes him from the well-known Flamingo resort to the speakeasies of Miami, from Joe's Stone Crab to the attractive Vizcaya.

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