Tag: Hispanic Heritage Month
Enjoy Hispanic culture and a good read with “Verdict in the Desert.” A rich alcoholic attorney defends a Mexican woman accused of murdering her white abusive husband and falls in love with the Latina interpreter in a prejudice Arizona town in 1959. “An exceptionally well written, complex and riveting novel from beginning to end, “Verdict […]
Want a good read about Hispanic people and culture? Check out my book, “Verdict in the Desert.” “A detail-rich novel about an Arizona murder trial, prejudice, and American culture in the late 1950s.”- Kirkus Reviews Here’s the trailer.
For a different view of Hispanic culture, check out, RED RIDIN’ IN THE HOOD AND OTHER CUENTOS. Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, the book won an Anne Izard Storyteller’s Choice Award, was a Commended Title — Americas Award for Children’s and Young Adult Literature, earned a Starred review — American Library Association, and was […]