Mexican Skies

Two Novellas

by J.B. Hogan

Cover: Mexican Skies

Feel the tropical sun and the sultry breeze in two dramatic, tension-filled adventures that play out across the distant reaches of Old Mexico.

Every six years, Mexico elects a new president bringing hopes of internal change along with the possibility of upheaval and danger. Meridian Sun finds eccentric North American novelist Jack Dodge caught up in the furor when a voice from the past shows up in the person of young reporter Paige Warren. Their emotional and poignant reunion is made even more fraught when they find themselves in one of the most dangerous and explosive Mexican presidential campaigns in recent history, one that reaches its startling conclusion in the heart of Mexico City itself.

Then, in Yucatan Dawn, John Pastor has left the United States after the murder of his wife and children and found a lonely, subsistence life as a private investigator in Mexico City. But when he lands in the middle of a conspiracy to steal a priceless archaeological artifact, the big P,I, has to doggedly dodge bullets, outlaws, and doubtful advice from supposed friends on a wild goose chase through the country that leads to an epic confrontation at the ruins of Chichen Itza in the far Yucatan Peninsula.

Meridian Sun and Yucatan Dawn—come for the beautiful Mexican locations, stay for the pulsating adventure and excitement. (214 pages)

Publisher: Shannon

About the Author

J. B. Hogan is a prolific and award-winning author. He has published over 270 stories and poems.

His books, including Living Behind Time, Losing Cotton, The Rubicon, Fallen, Tin Hollow, and many more, are available from Oghma Creative Media and