YELAPA AUTHOR PUBLISHES NEW NOVEL
American writer Robert Hardin announces the publication of Worst Cases, the latest book in his David Armstrong series. This is Hardin’s fourth novel since moving to Yelapa, Mexico in January 2005. The first book signing of Worst Cases will be held at Café Roma in Puerto Vallarta on Saturday, February 21st from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m.
In Worst Cases, criminal attorney David Armstrong takes on the causes of two unsavory clients. The murder trial of one of those clients taxes David’s abilities as few others have. And the representation of the other before the United States Supreme Court creates the most serious ethical conflict of his career. Felicia Bates-Baxter, California’s senior U.S. Senator and David’s long time lover, relieved that the American government is finally rid of the disgraceful George W. Bush, spends more time than usual in her home district and helps David through his work crisis.
All of Robert’s books, including Worst Cases, are available at amazon.com, Barnes & Nobles, and other bookstores in the U.S. and Canada. They will also soon be available in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico at NV Bookstores and A Page in the Sun on Olas Altas.
Former northern California residents Robert Hardin and his wife, Kathryn, along with their two black cats, live year round in a beach house in Yelapa, a small village between Puerto Vallarta and Cabo Corrientes accessible only by boat.
Café Roma fronts the Rio Cuale at 287 Encino just a few doors west of the municipal flea market.