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Gus Corral – he’s sought the skull of Pancho Villa in Denver (Desperado: A Mile High Noir), fought a killer in Colorado’s mountain town of Frisco (My Bad: A Mile High Noir) and smuggled money into Cuba (The Golden Havana Night: A Sherlock Homie Mystery). Now Gus searches for his runaway teen cousin from the Eastern Plains to Pueblo, Colorado.
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Manuel Ramos is the author of eleven novels and a short story collection. He has received the Colorado Book Award (twice), the Chicano/Latino Literary Award, the Top Hand Award from the Colorado Authors League, and Honorable Mentions from the Latino International Book Awards. His first novel, The Ballad of Rocky Ruiz, was a finalist for the Edgar® award. My Bad: A Mile High Noir was a Shamus finalist. He is a co-founder of and regular contributor to the award-winning Internet magazine La Bloga (www.labloga.blogspot.com), which deals with Latino literature, culture, news and opinion.
Dr. Zamora has a law degree from Mexico (UNAM 1984) and a PhD in Spanish Literature (TTU 1999). He was an international business lawyer for 10 years and teaches undergraduate courses in Business Spanish, Spanish Translation, Spanish Legal Studies and other Spanish courses for the professions; he also teaches graduate courses in Contemporary Latin-American Literature. His literary fields of interest include horror and the grotesque in Hispanic fiction, Hispanic crime fiction, and the Hispanic historical novel. His publications include several articles, a book on the grotesque and a co-edited anthology of studies in Hispanic crime fiction .