Flamenco Dancers

An Unexpected Love Story with a Spanish Flamenco Dancer

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Pub Date 31 Aug 2022 | Archive Date 21 Nov 2022

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Can an unexpected love affair survive a murder?

Ash McElroy finds herself hopelessly entwined with an incredibly talented and attractive flamenco dancer named Ramon. A million-dollar art heist in the Santa Fe mansion the dancers are paid to keep festive ends in murder. And when Ramon’s fingerprints are found where they don’t belong, Ash must make a decision; trust him and run away with him or stay and watch him arrested. The pair run, aided by unexpected supporters!

Ash must unravel the truth, learn who actually committed murder, and trust Ramon when all clues point back to him. By the end, she’ll find herself torn and almost convinced that maybe he did do it after all… can their love survive until the truth is revealed?

(a newspaper review for the novel and companion album)

THIS WEEK: CULTURE: Performing Arts / Books

Read It: Familiar Fodder

By Patricia Sauthoff

FLAMENCO DANCERS

By CB McCarty

Flamenco Dancers opens with a New Mexican pulp attitude and continues through its mysterious murder tale full of Fiestas and flamenco. Santa Fe’s Canyon Road, the Plaza and northern New Mexico's surrounding ruins make for the perfect backdrop, and adding to the atmosphere is an accompanying CD. Forty-two Santa Fe musicians were taped by songwriter McCarty to make the soundtrack that complements his fictitious tale. Between a carefully crafted murder mystery, reminiscent of Tony Hillerman, and the smooth beats of artists like Jono Manson, Susan Holmes and Ruben Romero, Flamenco Dancers is a story to read, and hear, again and again.

(link to stream and/or download some of the songs from the companion album)

https://mccartyondylan.bandcamp.com/album/some-of-the-songs-from-the-soundtrack-to-the-novel-flamenco-dancers-by-cb-mccarty

Can an unexpected love affair survive a murder?

Ash McElroy finds herself hopelessly entwined with an incredibly talented and attractive flamenco dancer named Ramon. A million-dollar art heist in...


Advance Praise

"THIS WEEK: CULTURE: Performing Arts / Books

Read It: Familiar Fodder

By Patricia Sauthoff

FLAMENCO DANCERS

By CB McCarty


Flamenco Dancers opens with a New Mexican pulp attitude and continues through its mysterious murder tale full of Fiestas and flamenco. Santa Fe’s Canyon Road, the Plaza and northern New Mexico's surrounding ruins make for the perfect backdrop, and adding to the atmosphere is an accompanying CD. Forty-two Santa Fe musicians were taped by songwriter McCarty to make the soundtrack that complements his fictitious tale. Between a carefully crafted murder mystery, reminiscent of Tony Hillerman, and the smooth beats of artists like Jono Manson, Susan Holmes and Ruben Romero, Flamenco Dancers is a story to read, and hear, again and again."

"THIS WEEK: CULTURE: Performing Arts / Books

Read It: Familiar Fodder

By Patricia Sauthoff

FLAMENCO DANCERS

By CB McCarty


Flamenco Dancers opens with a New Mexican pulp attitude and continues through its...


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I had a lot of fun reading this, it does what I enjoyed about the mystery genre and works as a romance as well. The description really got me invested in the story and the characters. I was hooked in reading from the first page to the end and I was always guessing. CB McCarty has a great writing style and they had a great story to tell, I look forward to reading more from them.

"Every year it was the same old thing when they came to town. They’re drunken all night dances and utter lack of respect for law and order. Booze, pot, or whatever else got them through the night and now a million-dollar art heist. The fools had finally lost their common sense and had now bitten the hand that fed them. Very regretful and very, very stupid. It was one thing to drink or smoke yourself into a stupor but another to steal a million-dollar painting from the most powerful man in New Mexico. He unfolded his arms and barked out forcefully. “Who would like to speak for the group?”

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