Corpi, Lucha, 1945-
Black widow's wardrobe.
Houston, Tex. : Arte Público Press, 1999
|描述：||193 pages ; 22 cm|
Was it a spectre from the past, some Aztec revenant that had inspired the "Black Widow" to kill her husband? Or did these chilling murders have more to do with the rights of property and inheritance, and mere greed? Who better than Gloria Damasco, that indomitable detective with a flair for clairvoyance, to unravel this intricate and pulsing plot, which winds its way from an exotic Day of the Dead celebration in San Francisco to the even more exotic sites and customs of Tepozotlan. Gloria soon finds herself in an uncanny struggle to rescue the soul of Licia, the Black Widow, who believes herself possessed by the spirit of La Malinche, the eternally condemned slayer of her mixed-blood offspring during the Spanish conquest of Mexico. Part thriller, part exploration of myth and history, Black Widow's Wardrobe is a page-turner.
- Damasco, Gloria (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- Women private investigators -- California -- Oakland -- Fiction.
- Hispanic American women -- Fiction.
- Women detectives -- California -- Fiction.
- Oakland (Calif.) -- Fiction.
- San Francisco (Calif.) -- Fiction.
- Damasco, Gloria (Fictitious character)
- Hispanic American women.
- Women detectives.
- Women private investigators.
- California -- Oakland.
- California -- San Francisco.