Tourist Season - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

Brian Keyes, Al Garcia, Cab Mulcahy, and the Orange Bowl Chairman join several police chiefs, local dignitaries, and vice-mayors to discuss the pending disaster in the chamber of commerce office. They sit around a large oak table that is shaped like a huge orange and painted orange and green. Disagreement stems from the need to find and stop the killers while at the same time keeping the tourists from making a mass exit from Miami.

Mulcahy gives Wiley's next column to Bloodworth to rewrite. It is originally about a fisherman who leaves on a stormy day and never returns. Bloodworth turns it into a major bash against the Bahamian Government for allowing it to happen at all.

Chapter 18 Analysis

The irony continues when it is revealed that the theme of the Orange Bowl Parade this year is, "Tropical Tranquility." The conflict between those...

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