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Haunting Patagonia: A Novel of Passages & Echos

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"The secret love story of Orlando and Angeline evokes a satisfying sense of destiny." — Booklife

Argentina’s chief paleontologist was someone I should have never come across even though my life was a fossilized ruin. Dr. Leonardo Díaz was captivating, and coincidences were never perchance. That much inspired me. That much I knew. He was a seductive beacon I would trust to
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Kindle Edition, 274 pages
Published October 14th 2020 by River and Knowles
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“At first, the Museo reminded me of an American community college plopped along the outskirts of an American suburb in what used to be a fertile American cornfield. This institution was large, but upon closer examination, it lacked the expanse I was expecting. As Ernesto drove toward the building, I noted the difference between my expectations and reality — the mountainous backdrop in the distance.” 0 likes
“The original outline for my midlife crisis was to take a break from a defunct business model and escape into a predictable job at a museum. The intriguing portion of my midlife crisis was to arrive in Argentina and chat it up with a handsome paleontologist while getting a predictable job done. Sitting dumbstruck, in a darkened library, after reading a stack of sultry love letters wasn't part of any script, but I liked intrigue.” 0 likes
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