This is a book that dares to enter the world of crime fiction, though in a careful and subtle way. It avoids the common chronicle style of crime novels, as well as the news reporting style that people see every day. The hope is to define this book by the well-known expression, "art imitates life and life imitates art", in perfect harmony, in which neither can exist without the other.
It was with this in mind that the book developed. Even Though it´s a work of fiction, it is able to discuss a sense of justice, ethics and values, and what´s more, the reader´s imagination. The reader becomes the investigator, trying to solve the crimes.
Paradise Homes, which is an upper-class gated community, shows the truth to the old saying "looks can be deceiving", and that, behind something that seems calm, there´s a mix of emotions running through the minds and hearts of the privileged residents.
Readers will certainly enjoy the the emotion, the romance, the suspense, and the comic relief that is found on the book. It´s worth reading if you appreciate these ingredients and if you´re fan of this literary genre.