About the Author
Laurie Moore holds a Ph.D. in Expressive Psychology and has taught both graduate and undergraduate students. She teaches workshop retreats and writes the "Letters to Dr. Laurie Moore" column. She holds a private practice in Los Gatos, CA, Santa Cruz, CA, and nationally by phone.
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Twenty-three year old last year's debutante Dainty Prescott is a WBFD-TV TV news intern when she learns that thugs in Ciudad Juarez mugged her sister Teensy and kidnapped her sibling's friend Tiffer. Her Fort Worth Police detective boyfriend Jim Bruckman warns her not to travel to the "murder capital of Mexico", but her sister is in critical condition hopefully still in a hospital so she quickly heads to the border. In El Paso, Dainty meets pint sized police detective lieutenant Amanda "Canary Tanzanite" Vazquez. The two females head to the Mexican side to rescue this year's two missing Rubanbleu ball debs who apparently grabbed a cab known as the Kidnapping Express. Meanwhile El Montero stalks Dainty. The latest Debutante Detective Mystery (see Deb on Arrival) is a fantastic amateur sleuth as Dainty goes Mexican. The dynamic distaff duo make the tale fun as the Pygmy and the Deb duel in a war of words while having each other's back, sort of after dessert that is. Readers will enjoy their escapades to rescue Dainty's sister and her sibling's friend before they are trafficked on the black market commodity exchange. Harriet Klausner