Title: Dia De Los Muertos
Author: Harrington, Kent
Publisher: Dennis McMillan Publications, Tucson
Publication Date: 1997
Edition: SIGNED First Edition
Book Condition: F
D-j Condition: NF
Comments: Inside front flap of d-j is creased.
Synopsis: Border towns stand like carnival funhouse mirrors, reflecting greed, evil, and death in both directions. Not many American writers have looked as deeply into those mirrors as Kent Harrington. DEA Agent Vincent Calhoun’s luck, his suerte, has been golden. He and his crooked judicale partner are getting rich coyoteing wealthy crooks and refugees into the U.S. from their posts in Tijuana. Then, on the Day of the Dead, Dia de los Muertos, a girl gets off a bus, and Calhoun’s luck heads south with a vengeance. A rolling nightmare of gambling debts, kinky sex, dengue fever, hot lead, and past sins catches up to Vincent Calhoun in a brutal punch-in-the-mouth story set in a moral no-man’s land.