MINOS by Marcos M. Villatoro

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Marcos M. Villatoro is the author of nine books. He has won numerous prizes, including two Emmy Awards for his PBS Television essays. His first Romilia Chacón thriller was aLos Angeles TimesBest Book of 2001. Villatoro was born in San Francisco and raised in Tennessee. He has spent much of his life in Central America (in his other country, El Salvador). Villatoro is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and now holds the Fletcher Jones Endowed Chair of Writing at Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles, where he lives. The Romilia Chacón books have been published in five languages: English, German, Russian, Portuguese, and Japanese.  
 
Published January 1, 2003 by Unknown.
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Barely recovered from her heroic tussle with the Jade Pyramid killer and incensed by her four-year-old’s accidental ingestion of crystal meth, Salvadoran-born Romilia Chacón looks once more to Guatemalan Tekún Umán, the seductive drug importer whose life she saved (Home Killings, 2001) just befor...

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At the start of Villatoro's scintillating, densely plotted sequel to 2001's Home Killing, bilingual Nashville cop Romilia Chacon has been searching for six years for ""the Whisperer,"" the serial killer who murdered her older sister, Catalina.

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Over six years ago when Romilia Chacon was away at college, the serial killer "the Whisperer," murdered her older sister, Catalina.

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