Recent books by Miami authors to get lost in
If you've already read the books representing Florida at this year's National Book Festival, check out some other recent works of fiction from Miami scribes:
🏠 "North Bay Road" by Richard Kirshenbaum. An out-of-work Manhattan fashion stylist inherits a storied, crumbling Mediterranean mansion on North Bay Road from a reclusive socialite.
🥭 "Calypso, Corpses, and Cooking" by Raquel Reyes. A Cuban-American food anthropologist who turned into a cooking show star gets reluctantly embroiled in a murder mystery.
💌 "Dulcinea" by Miami Herald columnist Ana Veciana-Suarez. It imagines the life of Dolça, a wealthy woman from Barcelona who falls in love with Miguel Cervantes in Spain circa 1600.
🕵️♂️ "Secret Identity" by comic book writer Alex Segura. The novel is about a comic book writer who gets caught up in a pulpy crime drama and is surprised by a cop from Miami.
- Escoffery also wrote about Miami authors in a recent New York Times column.
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