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Crimson Moon

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A woman's harrowing fall down the side of a weedy cliff has left her struggling for every breath. A discarded manuscript is found buried under rotting food in a garbage dump. Falsified identities and faces half-hidden in the shadows of the Chicano Civil Rights Movement threaten to be unmasked. Private Investigators Justin Escobar and Dora Saldana struggle through this web...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Arte Publico Press
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Josefina Duran
I really loved this book. I read this book in a Chicano Writers literature course. It has a different twist than most Chicano books.

This book is a Chicano mystery book where an incident than happened at Berkeley in the 1960's still had influence in present times.

I love it, Chicano mystery in the Bay Area!
Made me realize that I don't know much about the Chicano civil rights movement in the Berkley area.
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Kelli Stanley is an award-winning author of crime fiction (novels and short stories). She makes her home in Dashiell Hammetts San Francisco, a city she loves to write about. Kelli earned a Masters Degree in Classics, loves jazz, classic films, battered fedoras and speakeasies.

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