|Cade (1966) [Novel]|
by James Hadley Chase
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(From the publisher):
CADE - the famous, wealthy, sought after photographer. He liked a drink - and he liked women...
JUANA - a beautiful, seventeen-year-old Mexican, with long black hair that reached to her knees, coffee-and-cream-coloured skin, a mouth that was a promise of sensuous dreams - and a body that was the most perfect feminine equipment a man could imagine...
She lay on her back on the sand. A small strip of scarlet cloth covered her breasts. Another strip covered her loin. Her eyes were closed and she was alone.
Cade had met his match - a girl who would reduce him to a ruined wreck, nearly beaten to death by America's white backlash, a useless slovenly lush, hounded and hopeless. But she looked unbelievably good when he first saw her on the beach in Acapulco...
Original title: Cade
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense