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Master of danger, the occult, and passion           TLCOVER.RED

From word one, this novel grips and shakes you with its unique descriptions and its velvet use of terror. Sample the opening: “The pervasive wood smoke of Mexico City created an orange midday glow. Death. Its challenging presence rode hot thermal wavelets, making the ground quiver.” The hero is ruthless and passionate, the heroine driven, ambitious, and loyal, even to those who corrupted and used her. Everyone holds secrets, even the dead, and it’s a race to see who will survive the revelations of those dark, devastating truths.

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HEAVENLY PAIN
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I'm the author so this is not a review, but a description of my work.

Border Pulp, that’s what I call the stuff I write. Think of it as noir
in Spanglish, and in color. My protagonists and villains inhabit California/Baja border towns...




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