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The Time Travelers recounts the rise of the Aztec Empire, the founding of the first Mexico City (Tenochtitlan), its destruction at the brutal hands of Hernán Cortés, and the building of modern Mexico City upon its ashes.  But the Aztec bloodline lives on today, holding ancient knowledge known to only a few.  The discovery of a magnificent Aztec object buried near Mexico City’s Zócalo and National Cathedral pulls an archaeologist, an odd Jesuit priest, a police detective, and two beautiful divas from two time periods together in an unexpected and fast-paced mystery.  The collision of characters and events, prophesied in a timeworn Aztec codex, leads to an astonishing incident in which time is disrupted and the past and present collide.


Winner of the 2024 Independent Press Award (IPPY) for Hispanic Fiction.  Available in print or Kindle from Amazon, and at selected bookstores.

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