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Murder, Mayhem and Mexico

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A book by Brian L. Porter

Mexico, land of the Aztecs, of mystery and legend is the setting for three exciting and very different tales of murder, kidnapping, and romance. "The Devil You Know" leads the reader deep into the mystery and intrigue of multiple disappearances of the … see full wiki

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Author: Brian L. Porter
Publisher: Eternal Press
1 review about Murder, Mayhem and Mexico

Take an exciting vacation to Mexico

  • Feb 8, 2010
Rating:
+3
Murder, Mayhem and Mexico is a 36 page collection of three short tales that each feels satisfyingly longer than its page-count. If you're looking for feisty heroines, evocative history and mystery, or just a delightful scent of sea-breeze and sand, it's a great place to go.

The author brings a wonderful sense of place to these tales; it's clear he loves the land and revels in its culture. The characters are very real and engage the reader completely, visible, audible, alive... And, surprisingly to me, the three stories, so completely separate, mesh together like vacation excursions giving a satisfying completeness to the whole.

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