Mattress Police finds Mex relaxing in the Hudson River Valley at her new (delightfully pink) Queen Anne Victorian house in the country. At the nearby summer theatre conservatory, a leading actor in a production of Once Upon A Mattress is murdered. As she investigates, Mex learns the lost secret of the four grail treasures which helps her to unravel both the case and the deeper truth about her relationship with Veronica. Seraphim Groves, the leading actress in Mattress, is the transformative agent who plays the gender slide with Mex, setting her free.
Based in New York City, Mexicali Rose (“You can call me Mex”) Stone is above all a human being having a spiritual experience. She’s an intuitive investigator who solves her cases from the inside out. Guided by Spirit, her inner voice, she catches her culprit, and always learns something about herself.
U.S. passport and lipstick in her purse, Mex’s cases lead her in all directions: Tierra del Fuego, the Western Isles of Scotland, the Mafiosi underground of Japan, at home on Broadway and up the Hudson to her country home. On her travels, Mex manages to fall in (and out) of love with a number of gifted women from whom she learns and with whom she grows spiritually.
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Published December 21, 2012
by Dona Nobis Pacem Press.
Literature & Fiction.