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It was a good time. But holiday fun became Miami ‘90”: 2Paths2 Murder.

It may have been the best of times. But during the holiday season in Miami in 1990, having a good time was risky. Meet Raquel and her friend Suzy and their biology class, as they take on the US, Florida’s and even Cuba’s criminal justice systems. Meet the diverse city with a mysterious huge backlog of random killings. Meet:

• Foreign intrigue, spies and espionage.
• Cultural assimilation and hostility.
• Generational and inter-generational conflict.
• Dog-napping and animal rights.
• Fire bombings.
• Riots.
• Abstract and symbolic cultural art.
• Public corruption fraud and Medicare fraud.
• Jury trials and administrative hearings involving DNA and other scientific subjects.
• Foreign and domestic intelligence.
• Smuggling, illegal guns, drugs and illegal immigration.
• Remittances to Cuba.
• Grifters.
• Terrorist gangs.
• Unscrupulous police and politicians.
• Interaction between the State Department, Justice Department and other agencies.
• Social Security hearings.
• Greyhound racing.
• Advanced placement.
• Comparative religion.
• Non-violent direct action.
• Religious proselytization and conversion.
• Parochial vs. public education.
• Religious persecution.
• Santeria and Voodoo.
• Spells and trances.
• Gangsters and ganiffs.
• Eugenics, genetics, forensic evidence and expert testimony.
• Lukumi. Melungeons. Moors and Christians. Babalus and Rebbes. Meet the exciting diverse cast of characters who populate Miami ’90.


About the Author

Daniel F. Solomon

Daniel F. Solomon’s “Breaking Up with Cuba” (2010) lays the foundation for his novel, “Miami ’90: 2Paths2 Murder”. Dawn Gable, writing in the “Havana Times” stated: If I had to summarize in one word my book review of “Breaking Up with Cuba:” … it would be WOW!