Death of the Zanjero

in Los Angeles in 1870, when Zanjero Bert Rivers' body floats up out of the irrigation ditch, or zanja, winemaker and healing woman Maddie Wilcox finds herself defending the town's most notorious madam. To save the one person she knows is innocent (at least, of the murder), she must find out who killed Bert Rivers, a chase that will tax her intellect, her soul and her very belief in humanity. More

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About Anne Louise Bannon

Anne Louise Bannon is an author and journalist who wrote her first novel at age 15. Her journalistic work has appeared in Ladies' Home Journal, the Los Angeles Times, Wines and Vines, and in newspapers across the country. She was a TV critic for over 10 years, founded the YourFamliyViewer blog, and created the OddBallGrape.com wine education blog with her husband, Michael Holland. She also writes the romantic fiction serial WhiteHouseRhapsody.com. She and her husband live in Southern California with an assortment of critters.

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About the Series: Old Los Angeles
Set in the 1870s, this series follows the memoirs of Maddie Wilcox, a winemaker and doctor, as she tries to solve murders in an impossibly violent and corrupt small town.

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