Dizzy in Durango by D. R. Randsdell
An Andy Veracruz Mystery
Missing women, abandoned children, and a crazy mariachi fan add up to further trouble for Andy Veracruz. After a fellow traveler disappears, he can’t concentrate on vacationing. Worse, he’s saddled with two children who aren’t his, an angry would-be girlfriend, and a self-appointed younger brother who is more reckless than he is. No wonder he starts seeing double!
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Ransdell’s fluid style allows Andy’s story
to unfold effortlessly. Besides providing a vivid insider's view of
Durango, Ransdell demonstrates how the machismo attitude in Mexico
warps the lives of women and children.
―J. L. Greger, author of I Saw You in Beirut
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"With his personal and professional life
in a mess, Andy
Veracruz's head is already spinning when he heads to Mexico and gets mixed up with a missing woman, missing children, and a mariachi fan who's missing a few screws. Murder, mayhem, and mariachi music... how else would you expect to find Andy 'Dizzy in Durango'?"
―Amy Bennett, author of The Black Horse Campground mysteries