Nights of Indigo Blue
A Daisy Muñiz Mystery
This newly designed anniversary edition celebrates the International Latino Book Award winning cozy mystery series which introduced amateur sleuth Daisy Muñiz.
Daisy Muñiz is ready to embrace a fresh new start in her brownstone apartment in Park Slope, Brooklyn, when she is thrust into the midst of the mysterious murder of Windsor Medical Center’s most prominent surgeon, Arthur Campbell. As the secrets of the Campbell family are revealed, Daisy is forced to delve into her own troubled past and she becomes the unwitting ally to Detective David Rodriguez.
2015 International Latino Book Award Winner, Best Mystery First Place.
Nights of Indigo Blue: A Daisy Muñiz Mystery
Publisher: Pollen Press Publishing
Pub Date: October 19, 2023
Paperback: 248 pages
Genre: Fiction, Cozy Mystery
"… a well-written, engaging mystery with nods to Agatha Christie, Santeria, romance, and spirituality. Varela's heroine, the young Latina sleuth Daisy Muñiz, is a fresh, relatable, and well-developed character. Daisy took me on a real mystery, with twists and turns I never saw coming. Varela has a real knack for writing great dialogue with keen attention to detail. A fun read."
~ Eleanor Sapia Parker, author of A Decent Woman and Tight Knots, Loose Threads
"Mysteries are not usually my first choice but I just loved this book! Once again Theresa Varela has given us a fun and engaging book with a lovable protagonist. Just when you think you have the murderer figured out, you realize that you are wrong. I looked forward to reading this book each night and really love the way Varela incorporated spirituality and romance in the midst of a murder. Definitely a great choice for some relaxing, fun reading after a long day at work and a must read for all my fellow Brooklynites."
~ Jen R. (Amazon)
"A fun cozy mystery with a Latina heroine who is battling past demons. As Daisy finds herself aiding in a high-profile murder case, she seeks comfort in her friends and learns to trust her natural connection to the spirit world. Recommended for fans of detective stories who want a fresh take on a murder mystery."
~ Coqui Monster (Amazon)
"I've been friends with Theresa since before her first novel Covering the Sun With My Hand, so a bit of partiality will be inevitable here...a good mystery hinges largely on strong plotting, and Nights of Indigo Blue has a magnetic narrative that will pull you along."
~ Keight (Goodreads)