FOOL ON THE HILL -- a fast-paced, whimsical Tess Camillo mystery about a folk-rocker who gets crucified around Easter in San Diego-- is now available on Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Powell’s, and (hopefully) in bookstores near you! Its bright neon green cover should be easy to spot on the shelves. :) Cover-blurbed by Rita Mae Brown, FOOL ON THE HILL is the second book in the series.
Posted on March 25, 2008 at 6:13am
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Have a wonderful holiday season,
No, I couldn't write on the El. It would be too noisy@
Hundreds of houses burned, over fifty people died. It was awful. Everyone in the neighbourhood was touched by it, one way or another, so - I had plenty of experience on which to base my book.
Your book sounds like good fun. Good luck with it.
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