Rick Riordan, triple-crown winner of the Edgar, Anthony , and Shamus Awards , brings his fast-talking, hard-living, Texas-hip P.I. Tres Navarre to the heart of the Lone Star State--Austin--to unravel a case so dark, twisted, and deadly, it can only involve family.... Tres Navarre, the P.I.... read more
“San Antonio and Austin are like estranged siblings. San Antonio would be the sister who stayed home, took care of the elderly parents, made tortillas by hand in the kitchen wore cotton dresses until the colors faded. She's the big-boned one -- handsome but unadorned, given to long afternoon siestas. Austin is the sister who went away to college, discovered rock 'n' roll, and dyed her hair purple. She's the one my mother would've warned me about, if my mother hadn't been an ex-hippie.”Tres Navarre
“I felt like I was talking to my brother, which suddenly made me realize why Garrett got along with bikers so well. For both, conversation is like spinning wheels in gravel. It doesn't matter if you get anywhere, as long as you make noise and shoot out a bunch of rocks.”Tres Navarre
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