The Snapback is a stand-alone thriller complete at 80,000 words. The inspiration for the novel came in part from my previously published work in psychology, focusing on anxiety and depression.
"You think I don't know to stay away from the cameras?" Oscar Descante asked.
"You shouldn't even be here, Oscar. You're the lead investigator. Let the public relations people handle it. The cartel won't want revenge on them."
"Don't worry, gringa. I'm just going to check things out."
We're two drinks past dinner when Heidi informs me that she and Karl have bought another house. "We couldn't pass it up. Mid- threes in Point Reyes." She flags a young woman in a striped wool cap and orders another round. "It was going to be an investment. But Newt wants it, once it's fixed up. Did I tell you he's moving back? He asked after you."