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Only one thing was certain: John Donne was dead. That fact was verified after the wedding. Marco, former police officer, currently private detective and police consultant, must follow clues from Southern Spain to Morocco to determine if the brilliant scientist on the verge of one of the world's greatest discoveries, the cure to the insidious disease of cancer, had been murdered. Marco had been assigned to work with Alberto Flores, a detective from the police force of Malaga, Spain, a member of the blue wall that had betrayed him. How could they work together? Moreover, Marco and the straight-laced Flores employed different modus operandi for solving crime. During this journey of discovery, Marco also finds out about himself and his relationship with his own culture, and to his family. He is also forced to examine his relationship with his live-in girlfriend, Belen, a Spanish flamenco dancer. Murder in the Parador introduces you to a diverse array of characters unlike any you've ever met. The various threads of the intricate plot ultimately align to reveal the startling circumstances at the heart of this compelling mystery.
I am an attorney with over thirty years of experience. My legal experience has varied from a start in criminal law, to intellectual property, specifically trademarks, and now healthcare. I also pursued a Masters in Public Health (MPH), from the George Washington University late in my career. It is an interesting field and I have come to find that public health affects everyone. I am a native of Washington DC raised by a single mother, who was both brilliant and resourceful. I attended boarding school at St. Timothy's in Stevenson, Maryland, a Baltimore suburb, as my mother was concerned that the black students were not being well-educated in schools facing conflict from the new policy of busing. I want my mystery novels to express the beauty in diversity. Beyond writing mysteries, I enjoy water color, and reading lessons at the National Cathedral, as well as tennis.