The Hungry Detective By Duncan Birmingham Mystery Tribune

The Hungry Detective By Duncan Birmingham

I’m at my usual spot at the bar at El Toro, finishing a spicy michelada and my latest review for The LA Beat when I feel eyes on me. A few stools down a brunette, no make-up and hair pulled back painfully tight, side-eyes me over her margarita’s salted rim. She stands out in the East LA crowd. Me, I’ve had enough practice to blend in; I may as well be another dying fern. “Are you Mr. Mustard?” I shut […]
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