The story of a Mexican-American woman helping town hoods find a better way. Mexico’s corruption is lived in intimate detail.
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Hilda Serna studied Anthropology, Sculpture, and Medicine in Mexico in the early 70’s. She experienced the Mexican culture first hand.Review:
Dr. Serna’s writing explores reality of the Tex-Mex experience that has been lived, but never before told in this format. -- Mesquite Review, Oct/Nov, 2000
Serna’s unique style is not so much mentally discerned as it is emotionally felt. Incredible ability to convey palpable emotions. -- The Willacy Times
Through the apt portrayal of the characters in The Eagle’s Destiny, a window is opened into the soul of man. -- Radio Tribuna
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