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Alexa Recio de Fitch

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Alexa Recio de Fitch is a crime fiction author. Her debut novel is titled Triggers and is available for purchase at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Alexa has published stories in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Colombia through Orbis International Literary Journal (featured on the cover), Library Zine! Voices From Across the New York Public Library, Toasted Cheese Literary Journal, Women Writers, Women's Books, and El Heraldo. She worked at Hachette Book Group and McGraw-Hill and holds an English literature degree from the University of Notre Dame. Alexa is from Barranquilla, Colombia and lives in New York.

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“Victor lingered a moment longer to see the burgundy liquid, not wine, that he had uncorked and decanted along the track. He left the dead man inside and then made his way out of the station.”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

“It’s true, my father’s a murderer and I put him in prison,” Detective Jónsdóttir replied. Both her palms rested on the table. “But my personal life’s got nothing to do with this case.”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

“Don’t look down,” Prope Mortem said while he laughed.
Phillip focused on the buildings in front of him as he climbed. There was no avoiding it; the view lured him in. It was a carnivalesque visual cacophony of LED and neon lights crashing.
Prope Mortem sat on the edge of the crane. “See ya!” he screamed and threw himself off, into the air.
Phillip scaled his way down the crane, raced to the edge of the roof, threw his hands up into the air, and screamed. Even though Prope Mortem wore a parachute on his back, Phillip’s muscles tightened as he watched the younger man jump into the abyss.”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

“When Phillip's father found out that his son had decided to become a #crimefiction writer...he told Phillip that would be inappropriate considering his past...Phillip chose to ignore him...”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

“It’s true, my father’s a murderer and I put him in prison,” Detective Jónsdóttir replied. Both her palms rested on the table. “But my personal life’s got nothing to do with this case.”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

“Victor lingered a moment longer to see the burgundy liquid, not wine, that he had uncorked and decanted along the track. He left the dead man inside and then made his way out of the station.”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

“Don’t look down,” Prope Mortem said while he laughed.
Phillip focused on the buildings in front of him as he climbed. There was no avoiding it; the view lured him in. It was a carnivalesque visual cacophony of LED and neon lights crashing.
Prope Mortem sat on the edge of the crane. “See ya!” he screamed and threw himself off, into the air.
Phillip scaled his way down the crane, raced to the edge of the roof, threw his hands up into the air, and screamed. Even though Prope Mortem wore a parachute on his back, Phillip’s muscles tightened as he watched the younger man jump into the abyss.”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

“New York buried a few subway stations such as the one at City Hall, its inaugural showpiece, in 1945. The transit authority decided against cremation; instead they sealed the street entrances of this mausoleum, induced this sleeping beauty’s coma and trapped her below a park.”
Alexa Recio de Fitch, Triggers

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