Weed Queen

Weed Queen

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In the second installment of the Cheyenne series, author Rodney Smith paints a seemingly peaceful image of a beachside community, but the quiet little town soon erupts and spawns a wild 48-hour adventure that eventually winds its way down Florida’s Indian River Lagoon coast to the Bahama Banks.

The plot features the fearless fishing prodigy, Cheyenne Manly, her family, and a tight-knit tribe of coastal water folk who are thrown head first into the ruthless jaws of the Mexican Cartel. All Hell breaks loose when the Cartel’s prized cannabis plant is heisted. A mistaken identity causes the Cartel to overreact leading to a string of events that forever bonds the Manly family as they race against time across the Gulf Stream to save their namesake wunderkind.

Weed Queen is a prequel to Smith’s first fictional release, The Road to Matapalo. Smith is currently working on his next installment of the Cheyenne series, Pura Vida, This book will be published in the spring of 2016.

4 reviews for Weed Queen

  1. admin
    5 out of 5

    Thank you for sending me your latest yarn. I read it with a smile on my face, loving each and every Rodney nuance.

    This story had everything I love worked into a highly entertaining adventure.
    You managed to cover our local area, our local problems, our beloved Lagoon, your entire family, surfing, smoking, crazy Nam vets and retired special operators. What a hoot!!

    Darryl Bones Benton

  2. Mark Dobson
    5 out of 5

    The title of Rodney Smith’s second novel, Weed Queen, might lead you to expect to meet a woman armed with automatic weapons and a green thumb. You’d be about half right, as the title character is actually a plant, and the hero a young girl armed with only her innocence and an intimate connection with the natural world.

    When a teenage prank brings a vicious drug cartel into the lives of a coastal Florida family, they must draw upon the knowledge they’d gained from sailing and surfing to save their beloved niece. The Indian River Lagoon, the Gulf Stream, and the Atlantic tides play strong supporting roles as young and old join the chase.

    Smith implies that those who respect the water will find it to be a loyal partner, and that allowing the rhythms of nature into your heart will help you to prevail over any challenge.

  3. Chad
    5 out of 5

    This is a great book filled with colorful characters and high speed adventures bringing to life a side of the Indian River Lagoon coast and the Bahamas that I had never considered. Keep em coming, Rodney!

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