I live in San Francisco, a city with its share of faults (seismic and otherwise) but I wouldn’t live anywhere else. When I’m not writing I work as a software architect, which is a euphemism for a middle-aged computer programmer. When I’m not writing or working I’m hopefully traveling, somewhere in South America if I have my choice. Living in San Francisco is as close to travelling to foreign places that I know of.
Kirkus listed my debut novel SENDERO, a literary thriller set in modern-day Peru, as one of the top 100 Indie novels of 2012. WHO SINGS TO THE DEAD, the second in the SENDERO series, was released in January 2013. I’m currently working on a third SENDERO thriller, out sometime in 2014, as well as a YA mystery novel set in Argentina.
I also have a collection of short *dark* fiction titled OUT BY THE TREES.
“The plot for Sendero first came to me one night in the jungles of Peru. Sitting in the dark with a group of intrepid travelers, waiting for tapirs and other night creatures to show up, I was immersed in the sights and sounds of that fantastic country, and all I had seen and read. The tapirs never appeared that night but Nina, Miguel and the other characters of Sendero began to come out of the dark and take shape.”
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