Flamenco in the Time of Moonshine and Mobsters​

By David C. Edmonds

Amy Romano, a flamenco dancer in Tampa’s Latin district, is on the run. The mobsters think she’s a snitch for J. Edgar Hoover’s moonshine-busting G-men. They want her head. The G-men think she’s an accessory to the murder of an agent, and they’re hell-bent on bringing her to justice. Her only hope for survival is in the Gypsy magic she learned from her old abuela. Will it work? She doesn’t know until light bulbs pop, paintings fall off the wall, and she finds love with a Cajun veteran of the Great War who bootlegs by airplane.


Meet the Author

David C. Edmonds


David C. Edmonds is the author of twelve books of fiction and non-fiction. He is a former Marine, Peace Corps Volunteer, academic dean, and Senior Fulbright Professor of Economics. He has spent considerable time in Europe and Latin America as a scholar and US Government official. His previous books have won more than a dozen prestigious literary awards. He currently lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.

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