A Lupe Solano Mystery
Name of Detective:
Guadalupe (Lupe) Solano
None, but has cousin, Leonardo, who works in the office
How did you get involved in sleuthing?:
My brother-in-law was embezzling large sums of money from my father's contracting company in order to be able to keep his mistress in style. As soon as this was discovered, a lawyer was retained to press charges. The lawyer then hired a private investigator to look into the case, and I tagged along with him. I found I took to investigations like a duck takes to water.
Men, anything chocolate.
Blood red perfectly lacquered fingernails, Beretta carried somewhere on my body or tucked into my Chanel bag, stiletto heels
Forever single, and not looking, just finding.
Living 'la vida Loca' and enjoying it to the fullest.
Anything to do with mysteries.
Books & Year Published (including any scheduled for 99):
Havana Heat, hardcover 8/00; A Miracle in Paradise, hardcover 10/99, upcoming paperback 8/00; Bloody Secrets, hardcover 2/98, paperback 3/99; Bloody Shame, hardcover 2/97, paperback 1/98; Bloody Waters, hardcover 2/96, paperback 2/97
The Next Book (2000) (tentative title & teaser):
not yet titled, but another fast-paced mystery. This time Lupe's investigative sideline helping exiled Cubans to recover art confiscated by Castro leads to her involvement with a legendary missing medieval masterpiece and the wealthy Cuban-American family that claims to know where it is.
Twilight Lane, from Avon Books, at MysteryNet.com: The Online Mystery Network,
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