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It’s a backwards kind of case for the Paul Zacher Agency. Naming the culprit is easy, but what’s the crime? And why is Paul’s old nemesis, Antonio Trujillo (Brushwork) on the streets again? Life was so much simpler without him.

When the kinky tastes of a state governor open the door to an environmental disaster of cosmic proportions, Paul Zacher and his friends come up against a sinister ...
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Overview

IDENTITY CRISIS
It’s a backwards kind of case for the Paul Zacher Agency. Naming the culprit is easy, but what’s the crime? And why is Paul’s old nemesis, Antonio Trujillo (Brushwork) on the streets again? Life was so much simpler without him.

When the kinky tastes of a state governor open the door to an environmental disaster of cosmic proportions, Paul Zacher and his friends come up against a sinister conspiracy of government and industrial plotters. When they launch their secret weapon at Paul personally, a diminutive blonde with spiky hair and impossibly short skirts, Maya takes the field with deadly results.

It’s vintage Zacher from start to unpredictable finish in this Murder in México mystery #8.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014373050
  • Publisher: San Miguel Allende Books
  • Publication date: 5/7/2012
  • Series: Murder in Mexico , #8
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 894,573
  • File size: 250 KB

Meet the Author

John Scherber is a Minnesota native who worked with Garrison Keillor writing short stories for the Ivory Tower, and served as theater critic and film critic at the Minnesota Daily in the sixties.
During the seventies, eighties, and nineties he designed and built restaurant interiors and paneled rooms. Later he was a stock broker, and then a portrait painter, where his mantra became, “You think I look like that?” After returning to writing in 2005, he wrote nine mysteries––a series set in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. He is also the author of a nonfiction book on the expatriate experience in San Miguel, titled, San Miguel de Allende, A Place in the Heart. Foreword by Wayne Greenhaw, in which he calls Scherber the new Studs Terkel.
He and his wife, Kristine, moved to San Miguel de Allende in 2007, where they adopted a Mexican street dog named Brownie.
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