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In between these bookends, "Camino Island" by John Grisham is populated with ruthless thieves, witty writers and enough intrigue to fill a bookstore's mystery aisle.As Mann looks for the books and comes to terms with her grandmother's passing, she discovers a town filled with successful and failed writers, from romance novelists to struggling literary fiction authors – some with drinking problems, others brimming with the latest gossip."Camino Island" makes a fine beach read no matter what island you end up on this summer. However, I'm not sure if this novel's Camino writer-filled Island, is Grisham's idea of "This Side of Paradise" or if he considers the writers to be "The Beautiful and Damned".
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