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Listen to the audio book podcast of Lost in the Light:  One October morning in 1932, Vicente Sorolla entered the white house on the hill and was never seen again. Now, Detective Dori Orihuela witnesses his brutal murder in her nightmares.

Listen to the audio book podcast of Lost in the Light: One October morning in 1932, Vicente Sorolla entered the white house on the hill and was never seen again. Now, Detective Dori Orihuela witnesses his brutal murder in her nightmares.

What will Vicente say next? Read along or listen to the podcast of Lost in the Light!

What will Vicente say next? Read along or listen to the podcast of Lost in the Light!

Holy Kobo! A special thank you from Vicente for the massive reader love for Lost in the Light & Girl in the Mist. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

Holy Kobo! A special thank you from Vicente for the massive reader love for Lost in the Light & Girl in the Mist. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

Vicente's second rule for a successful career in bootlegging! #paranormal #mysteries

Vicente's second rule for a successful career in bootlegging! #paranormal #mysteries

"Doll? Who the hell is he calling me a doll?" she muttered to herself.  "I wouldn't and I'm already dead," Vicente said behind her.

"Doll? Who the hell is he calling me a doll?" she muttered to herself. "I wouldn't and I'm already dead," Vicente said behind her.

Gilbert Roland- L.A. 1977. I was hanging out with his wife, Gia. She was an awesome cook. He would come into the house and his voice, presence and handsomeness would ooze and permeate the room.

Gilbert Roland- L.A. 1977. I was hanging out with his wife, Gia. She was an awesome cook. He would come into the house and his voice, presence and handsomeness would ooze and permeate the room.

My character Vicente Sarrolla is is partly based on Juan Villasenor from this book

My character Vicente Sarrolla is is partly based on Juan Villasenor from this book

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