Nikki Garcia is on assignment in Colombia, South America, investigating allegations of wrongdoing. Listen in to her phone conversation with Theya, administrative assistant to Sr. Del Campo:
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“I’m so glad you called,” Theya said. “I was just going to call you because Sr. Del Campo is having a dinner party at his home tomorrow night, and he would like for you to join them. He has a friend who’s a sculptor, and it might be nice for you to meet him.”
Manuel, inviting me to a dinner party at his home? I was flabbergasted. My first thought was to decline the invitation . . . I could turn it down since it was an invitation to the home of the person I was investigating. But on second thought, I’d have a firsthand look at the lifestyle of this individual—an opportunity not to be refused. Lifestyle analyses cost tens of thousands of dollars, and I was being offered the chance to obtain it totally free.
“Theya, thanks, I would love to meet a Colombian artist,” I replied. I just hoped I was not expected to buy an expensive piece of art.
Waking Up in Medellin will be available March 25, 2016 in ebook format and April 5, 2016 in paperback from Pen-L.com, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and independent book stores.