August, 1990. Private Investigator Deanne Acuña takes on her most dangerous case in this true story of tracking down Faye Franklin, a young American coed who has disappeared during a vacation in Cancun with her girlfriends. With the help of a P.I. in Mexico City, she becomes a part of a team of skilled investigators who search Central and South America, discovering the atrocities of human trafficking.
About the Author
Deanne Acuña is a private investigator licensed by the California Department of Consumer Affairs’ Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS). She is also a Certified Legal Investigator (CLI) through the National Association of Legal Investigators (NALI) and a Certified International Investigator (CII). She is a member of the National Council of Investigation & Security Services (NCISS), the International Intelligence Network (INTELLENET), the California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI) and the Professional Investigators of California (PICA). While Deanne is open about her telepathic and claircognizant abilities, she does not promote herself as such, or allow it to cast doubt on her credentials as a certified professional investigator. While telepathy and precognition have proved beneficial in her line of work, she relies as much on her common sense as on her sixth sense. The purpose of the Intuitive Investigator series is to inform and educate readers about how Deanne utilizes her acute intuition in her career as well as to focus a spotlight on serious social issues such as drug addiction, human trafficking and elder abuse. With over thirty-five years’ experience, she ran a highly successful agency in the Los Angeles area with a select team of associates, including her daughter, Kimberly Acuña.
Award-winning author Gillian Doyle has been everything from college radio DJ to aerobics instructor at Richard Simmons’ Anatomy Asylum. She has counted whales as a member of the Gray Whale census and volunteered at the Cabrillo Aquarium as a Whale Watch Naturalist on board sea excursions off the coast of Southern California. Published by St. Martin’s Press, Jove Books and Harlequin Temptation under various pseudonyms, her novels will be reissued in 2014 by Sweetbriar Creek Publishing Company. She is a member of the Author’s Guild, Mystery Writers of America and Romance Writers of America, serving on the executive board of RWA/Orange County Chapter. While her fiction writing has focused on paranormal romantic suspense, she is thrilled and honored to collaborate with Deanne Acuña on a narrative nonfiction series about Deanne’s investigative cases.