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The Murder in Desert Inn-bookcover

By: Virginia Close

The Murder in Desert Inn

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Nelly’s adventures of a myth-like fantasy conjure her identity when she suddenly finds herself in the desert. Never in her dreams exists the notion that the murder in Desert Inn is her ticket to go back to the past. The craving for action, the places she used to visit like mortuaries, courthouses and chasing the criminals to find the truth were her kicks that she is able to manifest again. The time to relive her long-ago is cardinal to her happiness. And it is happening. The murders of Jane Doe and Laura Jenkins are good enough reasons for Nelly to write crime news again. The desert reveals itself. Her passion for finding the truth is inevitable and unstoppable. Nelly has to dig deeper not to find gold but to solve the mystery of the murder in Desert Inn. The desert is the crime scene. Her world becomes incomprehensible to the likeness of a different planet—rationalisation—far beyond her grasps. As she discovers the characters that lead her to the murderer, the universe opens the door to her real world. Her past is now following her that she can not control. Is she dreaming or travelling in time—the reason she can see the past, present and the future? Who is the culprit or culprits of the murder in Desert Inn? The thrill and excitement of the unfolding saga will bring you to the space that you have never imagined before.

Virginia Close is a writer and poet of Filipino descent, living in Australia. She was a graduate with Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Manila, Philippines. She trained at Communication Foundation for Asia and at Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation.

In her early twenties, she moved to Australia. Her many travels around the world became an inspiration in her writing. Now in her fifties, she is taking the time rediscovering her first love – creative writing with a particular interest in mystery, drama, love, relationship and discovering oneself. Virginia’s book also brings out the insightful perspective of a migrant in Australia.

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