RUSSIAN MOJITO, Detective Emilia Cruz Book 7 is out now and on sale for Kindle for $0.99!
To promote the book, both PACIFIC REAPER and 43 MISSING are also on sale!
It’s a limited time event, so grab your copies now.
RUSSIAN MOJITO is a real crime fiction cocktail! Here’s a bit of the Amazon description:
Driven to the edge by her own secrets, can the first female police detective in Acapulco give Russia a dose of Mexican justice?
Survivor of a deadly cartel ambush, Detective Emilia Cruz returns to Acapulco to recover from the trauma. Before she can catch her breath, however, her penniless stepfather is kidnapped by a ruthless gang.
At the same time, a Russian guest is murdered by a cold-blooded killer in the luxury hotel managed by her boyfriend, Kurt Rucker.
As the kidnappers terrorize Emilia’s family, more Russians are killed in a gun battle that rocks Acapulco. Emilia discovers a strange connection between the triple homicide and fuel thieves robbing Mexico’s underground gas pipelines.
Still coping with the emotional fallout from the ambush and a secret that could end her police detective career, Emilia finds herself on a midnight stakeout, watching and waiting for the fuel thieves. But she’s really on a collision course with the killer . . . And his Russian boss.
To get a sample of the book, click here.
National Public Radio — “A thrilling series”
CrimeMasters of America — Poison Cup award, Outstanding Series
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Carmen, I loved Russian Mojito! But this comment is more general than that one book. I just finished my second book since Russian Mojito, and I realized that the two were…okay. Decent plots, okay characters, but really, the writing was just not as mature as your books. Not the maturity of the author or of the characters but of the craft of the writing. Umm, I think you’ve ruined reading for me! HA!
Becky, I’m humbled! You really made my day/week/year.