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Friday, March 31, 2017


Bimini, Bahamas

     I love Bimini, Bahamas and couldn't resist describing street scenes of it in my spy series. Here's one scene where the crooked U.S. Senator Warren and his Chief-of-Staff Mark Serwin are about to meet a contact in Alice Town, Bimini: 

     "Warren and Serwin parked their golf cart on the narrow dirt and limestone Queen's Highway, then walked the same path Anthony Hopkins strolled down at the end of the movie 'Silence of the Lambs' after he called FBI agent Jodie Foster on the phone from Alice Town, North Bimini.
     They walked past the dirt-floored End of the World Saloon where the late New York congressman Adam Clayton Powell drank during his exile to Bimini in 1967. Some locals still order the scotch and milk drink in honor of him, which the émigré sipped on often. Serwin wanted to go in and try a scotch and milk, but the senator reminded him they had a contact to meet at Big John's Bar and Grill." 
     The 3/31/17 "Caribbean Best-Kept Secrets" newsletter is all about Bimini! A world-class chef is arriving to become the new culinary consultant at the Hilton in Resorts World Bimini. By the way, Corey Pearson's counterintelligence teams on Bimini track the crooked senator and his contact through the complex, which is vividly described in several episodes of the spy series.    
     Enjoy this 3/31/17 "Caribbean Best-Kept Secrets" issue. It also describes how Mariah Carey unwinds on this 10-square mile paradise that lies only 50 miles due east of Miami. 
     Have fun reading it, and I would sure enjoy hearing any stories you have about Bimini, Bahamas.  Contact me HERE and I'll put them in the next newsletter. Thanks in advance!

Robert Morton, Author of the "Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean" spy series.