Head Games by Erika Rummel

Head Games by Erika Rummel


Head Games is a unique and entertaining adventure with heart. There are the thrills of the adventure itself and we get to see the depth of the characters as they experience their fast paced South American quest. The story felt new and fresh!

Erika Rummel has spent time living in Argentina and was able to create a fictional tale that feels realistic. She has also authored over a dozen non-fiction books about social history, biography and translation. This broad knowledge base helps make her fiction interesting.

Head Games
by Erika Rummel
isbn 978-1550716870
Pub. date 4/30/13

Description: “Argentina, 1979. Life has gone stale on Jim, an expat working in Catamarca. Everything is predictable until he meets Lisa. She has the starry eyes, the sensuous lips, and the tango steps that make all rational assumptions go away. Jim gives her top marks for animation but there is a flashing beacon at the end of his tip sheet: Danger. Lisa is a little too intense, a little too crazy, a woman with too many scenes playing in her head. That doesn’t faze Santos, a curandero looking for a medium to channel the spirits of the dead and attract his lost sister. He lures Lisa to his compound in northern Argentina, where she becomes a pawn in a deadly family feud. Jim goes in search of Lisa. Tracking her down turns into a double mission – delivering Lisa from her captors and himself from the confining routine of his life.”

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46 comments for “Head Games by Erika Rummel

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    November 18, 2013 at 6:59 am

    Thanks so much for reviewing my book. Glad you liked it.

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