A Tourist in the Yucatan #2020

A Tourist in the Yucatan By James McNay Brumfield A Tourist in the Yucatan Journey to the sun washed resort of Cancun and follow a young American couple Jack and Josephine Phillips on an adventure into the jungles of Mexico s Yucat n Peninsula Adventure turns to terror whe
  • Title: A Tourist in the Yucatan
  • Author: James McNay Brumfield
  • ISBN: 9780974530901
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Tourist in the Yucatan By James McNay Brumfield
    A Tourist in the Yucatan By James McNay Brumfield Journey to the sun washed resort of Cancun and follow a young American couple, Jack and Josephine Phillips, on an adventure into the jungles of Mexico s Yucat n Peninsula.Adventure turns to terror when Josephine disappears and Jack finds himself on the run from mysterious assassins, the Mexican Federales, and possibly even his own government The Phillips have unwittinglyJourney to the sun washed resort of Cancun and follow a young American couple, Jack and Josephine Phillips, on an adventure into the jungles of Mexico s Yucat n Peninsula.Adventure turns to terror when Josephine disappears and Jack finds himself on the run from mysterious assassins, the Mexican Federales, and possibly even his own government The Phillips have unwittingly become entangled in the Mexican underworld, a complicated web that stretches from the Carribean coast line of Quintana Roo to the upper reaches of the United States Government In a land where the line between the law and the outlaw is blurred, can Jack survive long enough to solve the mystery of his wife s disappearance A Tourist in the Yucat n is a story that will keep you turning pages well into the night Mexico s brilliant beaches, historic colonial cities, and ancient Mayan ruins hidden deep in the jungle, provide the back drop for this fast paced adventure thriller.
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    • Enjoyed the brief archaeological tour, Mayan history, and artifact lore Assuming of course that it was all true view spoiler I was constantly shocked at the abruptness of the death of a character that I wanted to like and know Who was supposed to be the hero Not that guy Oops not that guy Oh No, not that guy really This is not a complaint Being kept off kilter made this a fun read hide spoiler I also liked never being sure of the distinction between the good and the bad guys Who can you trust vi [...]



    • Read this before heading to Playa del Carmen, Mexico over New Years 2007 The story is a bit silly, but I learned a lot about the ruins in Mexico as well as the geography of the Yucatan It was nice to have a little history from a fiction book, no less about the Mayans, ruins, treasures, etc I actually visited Talum while in Mexico and was able to relate to the descriptions from the book Probably give this book 3.5 stars.


    • While not great literature by any stretch of the imagination, I give this book 5 stars for its originality in its genre 5 star beach read I read it in two days, which is fast for me I loved the idea of the thriller mystery entwined with the mystery of the Maya I learned a little while trying to figure out the mystery.


    • Not only was the plot unbelievable the characters were wooden and the dialog stiff and not to the point This is on my top five worst books I very seldom quit a book in the middle but this one was unpalatable Highly NOT recommended.




    • I read A Tourist in the Yucatan by James McNay Brumfield during my stay in Cancun I did get to the ruins in Tulum, so I have some sense of the terrain and the archeological work in the area There is much history here, as this book written about 15 years ago is looking at a region that is not as developed as today, but had the beginnings This is a thriller with drugs, murder, corruption and much deceit in two countries A married couple on vacation in the region is caught in the middle of this mes [...]



    • The story begins with a bloody shoot out on a ferry between the Yucatan Peninsula and Isla Mujeres, then moves to an idyllic, lazy vacation day with Jack and Josephine Phillips at their hotel The ferry shoot out seems a world away to Jack and Jo, who head to the mainland the following morning, befriending fellow American Stephen Potter on their way to Chichen Itza They travel with Potter for a couple of days, until one morning s headlines claim Stephen Potter is someone else a wanted drug dealer [...]


    • A man is on a boat in Mexico waiting for a drug deal to go down The drug deal goes bad and he goes on the lam Is he a bad guy or working undercover A husband and wife are on a vacation in Mexico rekindling their marriage They hope to connect with their friend who is an archeologist but they find themselves in the middle of a misunderstanding about drugs and ancient Mayan artifacts Will they kill or be killed Basically, this plot has been done a million times and is not original But even worse, t [...]


    • At times a little clunky this novel of Yucatan was fun reading during a trip to the area A story of a tourist who winds up being involved inadvertently by people who are on all sides of the Mexican drug trafficking issues, it involves agents of various government entities, politicians, and others.


    • Having visited the Yucatan Peninsula many times, it was fun to visualize the places in the book A fun read with a good story line In the back of my copy of the book it says there is a sequel coming, however I only see one other book by this author.


    • I enjoyed this book, both for the suspense and for what it contained about Mayan ruins not that all of it was factual I felt like I was on a trip to the Yucatan Had to suspend my disbelief, but it was worth the ride.


    • Having been to that area of Mexico several times, I enjoyed the book immensely The story was also suspenseful.



    • Probably the worst written book I ve ever read It even makes an appalling writer like Dan Brown look like Marcel Proust by comparison.



    • This is not only a super, suspenseful thriller.but it provides great insight into the treasure s within the Yucatan Peninsula


    • Read this while vacationing in the Yucatan The story is a little far fetched, but I enjoyed reading a story set in the area.



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