Big Black Dog in Vallarta by Mary Branham

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Sydney Reardon had been an actress in London and a decorator in New York before she met the love of her life, an anthropologist, and moved to Santa Fe. She was barely recovering from his untimely death when she received a desperate call from Mexico. Maude Adams, a friend since school days, was planning suicide. Hoping to prevent the tragedy, Sydney rushes to Puerto Vallarta where she becomes entangled with witchcraft, a handsome Gringo lawyer, a trio of possessive friends, a New York cop, a huge black dog--and murder.
 

About Mary Branham

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Branham is assistant director of the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian.
 
Published December 1, 1998 by Sunstone Press. 94 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In her second outing (after Little Green Man in Ireland, 1997), jet-set decorator Sydney Reardon flits from place to fashionable place, enjoying vapid chats with supporting characters, gushing relentlessly about food and decor and trying not to let murder interfere with lunch.

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