When Minnesotan Joseph Manning arrives in Mexico City, he experiences a world that is beyond anything he has imagined, a city with an audible heartbeat, a deep-down throbbing that comes from deep underground 24 hours a day. It is also a city of haunted houses, a museum filled with ghosts, an elderly Indian shaman, Aztec ruins, mystery, a brutal cop nicknames Snake that runs a protection racket, and laughter and romance. For Joseph Manning, it is ultimately a love story with a beautiful young woman named Lisa who, like the city itself, will not let him go.
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George Polley's fiction and poetry has appeared in the South Dakota Review, Crow's Nest, North Country Anvil, The View From Here and A Rainbow Feast: New Asian Short Stories, edited by Mohammad A. Quayum and published by Marshall Cavendish Editions, Singapore in 2011. George Polley is also the author of one novella and three novels: The Old Man and The Monkey, Grandfather and The Raven, and Bear, the story of a boy and his very unusual dog. Originally from Seattle, Washington, he and his wife now live in Sapporo, Japan
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