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Désirée Zamorano
A Converstaion with Amy Stewart

Fiction - A World Apart

Fiction - Family Secrets

Fiction - Homecoming?

Fiction - Road (W)rites

Food - A Tasty Sampler

Historical Fiction - Intriguing Times

Humor - #LOL

Memoir - Life Unexpected

Mystery - California Crime

Mystery - Deadly Outings

Mystery - You can run...

Non-Fiction - Mental Masterpieces

Rest Relax Read

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Désirée Zamorano
A Pushcart Prize nominee and award-winning short story writer, Désirée Zamorano's stories and essays have appeared online and in print in The Los Angeles Times, Huizache Magazine, and Kenyon Review, and alongside Walter Mosley in the current anthology, The Obama Inheritance (2017). Her novel, The Amado Women (2014), is about four Latinas linked by birth, separated by secrets. Zamorano delights in the exploration of contemporary issues of injustice and inequity, via her mystery series featuring private investigator, Inez Leon. The first in the series, Human Cargo (2011), was Latinidad's mystery pick of the year. Zamorano lives and thrives in southern California.
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The Amado Women
The Amado Women