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About the novel:
In Culiacan, the whispers are frequently heard of the de la Vegas' great wealth and of being descendents of the great Zorro. Eduardo de la Vega, known for his dedication to his community and his patients as a noted benefactor and surgeon, and Teodoro de la Vega, a Jesuit priest, beloved by all who know him, vow to protect their city from the cartel.
The de la Vegas act with extraordinary stealth, boldly striking at the cartel. Eduardo de la Vega leads a secret life of retribution abetted by his adopted brother, the business wizard, 'Flaco' Salas.
This is a tale of adventure, action love, honor, and strength of family despite constant danger and threat.
In private practice since 1996, he serves as the Medical Director of the nationally recognized Bay Area Pain and Wellness Center, located in Los Gatos, California, which he co-founded with Dr. John Massey.
A widely respected expert on chronic pain management and a highly successful chronic pain sufferer, he is the author of The Latest Research, Cutting-Edge Tools, and Alternative Treatments to take Charge of Your Chronic Pain:r Feeling Better.
French writer Cécile Palusinski is interested in the links that unite literature and painting: in 2005, she wrote the monograph of visual artist Flora Sigrist, and in 2010, she recorded the children's audio book Garance and the Master of Colors" (Editions Les Mots en soie), a form of reading she champions thanks to the "La Plume de Paon" Audio Book Prize.
"An exquisitely beautiful book"
She has also published two novels, C'est un cas" (Editions Artisfolio) and Morphée (Editions Kirographaires) concerning the search for identity, a theme that also figures in her latest children's audiobook, "The Story of Noah."
Sam Djang writes novels and poems. He is a historian
specializing in the history of Genghis Khan. Sam has a
DDS from the University of Southern California. He tries
to convince readers that we all can learn from history.
He approaches the public and general readers with the catchphrase: Discover th secrets of thee world conqueror
for your leadership and for your victory.
Stephen Grogan is past winner of the Shubert Fellowship in Playwriting;
a magazine editor of over ten years, and currently working with one of the most successful game inventors in the world. Author Grogan knows how to capture a reader's interest, and a $25,000 dagger seems to be the right treasure hunt to go on.
"Vegas Die is the ultimate Sin City mystery. Actually, two mysteries in one. Not only is it a rollicking roller coaster ride, it's a chance to find a dagger worth 25 big ones. And the clues are right in the book! That's Vegas, baby."
--- Brian Rouff, author of Dice Angel and Money Shot.
This was an extraordinary team effort to produce a fast turnaround of
the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese versions of this joint effort with
the Wall Street Journal and HarperCollins Publishers.
We provided Translation, Editing and Proofreading.
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