Lydia’s life is in a downward spiral. Looking for respite, she takes her mother on a resort vacation to Mexico. But instead of sun and sand, what she found was a world of cartels and corruption, journalists under threat for revealing the truth, politicians looking to broker peace in exchange for power... and Bob, who works all the angles.
Ann Ireland is a prize-winning author of five novels. She teaches creative writing at Ryerson University in Toronto, writes feature articles about visual artists, and is a contributing editor for Numero Cinq online magazine. Her first novel was made into a feature film, The Pianist, directed by Claude Gagnon. She is a past president of PEN Canada.