Murder at the Galliano Club: A Prohibition historical fiction thriller

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Laurel & Croton
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.79 inches | 0.99 pounds

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About the Author
Carmen Amato is the author of romantic thrillers and the Detective Emilia Cruz mystery series (including Cliff Diver, Hat Dance, and Diablo Nights). Originally from New York, Carmen was educated there as well as in Virginia and Paris, France, while her experiences in Mexico and Central America inspire many of her books. Her family tree includes a mayor, a Mensa genius, and the first homicide in the state of Connecticut with an automatic weapon.

"The Galliano Club series promises to be as riveting as Amato's previous novels set in Mexico. The Roaring Twenties in their uninhibited violence and excitement come alive . . . A sure hit with loyal fans and new readers alike." - Michael Hogan, author of Women of the Irish Rising

"A gripping thriller series that will immerse you in the gritty, violent world of America in the 1920s. Clawing their way through the tale are a host of desperate characters that will shock and amaze you, never allowing you to catch your breath until the jaw-dropping conclusion." - Amanda Hughes, author of The Looking Glass Goddess and The Image Seeker

"Spot-on historic atmosphere as the compelling characters fight, dance, and gamble their way to the Galliano Club . . . An epic tale with all the glitz, danger and gritty charm of the era." - L.A. Chandlar, award-winning author of the Art Deco Mystery Series