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Niels Larsen, a forty-year old Houston philanthropist is murdered late at night in southwest Santa Fe. Police find cocaine in his rental car, a nine millimeter gun in his hand, and officially report the crime as the result of a drug deal gone bad. Larsen's wife, Jan, hires Rhett and Toni Sanders to determine the real motivation for the murder, thus becoming the first client for the Sanders Investigation Agency. The investigation leads Rhett and Toni to Canyon Road, the heart of the art district of Santa Fe, and uncovers a web of intrigue involving adultery, art forgery and the Russian mob. Even though the FBI and local police get involved, there are more murders, near murders, and plenty of suspense in this fast moving tale set mostly in the enchanted capital city of New Mexico.


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My books are now published through SUNSTONE PRESS. An Independent Publisher since 1971, Sunstone Press is a growing and respected publishing house located in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico and its books are sold nationally and internationally. Sunstone also has an extensive line of full-color notecards and gift enclosures that feature museum quality images by well-known artists.

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About the Author

A.P. Greenwood was born and raised in Houston, Texas. His father was a hard-working and prominent neurosurgeon. His mother was also hard-working and devoted to her family and to community service. Andrew is the youngest of six children.


He attended private schools growing up, and then attended college in California for two years before graduating from the University of Texas at Austin. He served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during the Cold War, and his primary responsibility was locating and tracking soviet submarines. In the navy he also served as a Cryptosecurity Officer, as a Narcotics Officer, and as a Legal Officer.


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