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Beaten to death by his teacher, a young native boy is found by the side of the road in Dulce, New Mexico. Cinnamon, an investigator, joins her pal Burro to face down the school and the teachers and solve the first crime in this mystery series. Cinnamon also collects the first clues to the lost Momma, who abandoned her in childhood. Cinnamon pursues the next four New Mexico Beaten to death by his teacher, a young native boy is found by the side of the road in Dulce, New Mexico. Cinnamon, an investigator, joins her pal Burro to face down the school and the teachers and solve the first crime in this mystery series. Cinnamon also collects the first clues to the lost Momma, who abandoned her in childhood. Cinnamon pursues the next four New Mexico mysteries with one eye on the crime and one eye on finding Momma. Burro receives visions that contain clues to the crime, if only the two of them can figure out what they mean. These four stories take the reader on a tour of New Mexico towns full of quirky characters and mysterious doings.Each Tower Lowe mystery involves characters with disabilities: autism, physical impairments, mental impairments, etc. These characters are part of the narrative life of the novel, not the subject of the book. Her upcoming release features Spree, a neurodiverse character who is a key member of a family detective agency. Silencing Sistine by Tower Lowe is not being submitted to publishers.


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Beaten to death by his teacher, a young native boy is found by the side of the road in Dulce, New Mexico. Cinnamon, an investigator, joins her pal Burro to face down the school and the teachers and solve the first crime in this mystery series. Cinnamon also collects the first clues to the lost Momma, who abandoned her in childhood. Cinnamon pursues the next four New Mexico Beaten to death by his teacher, a young native boy is found by the side of the road in Dulce, New Mexico. Cinnamon, an investigator, joins her pal Burro to face down the school and the teachers and solve the first crime in this mystery series. Cinnamon also collects the first clues to the lost Momma, who abandoned her in childhood. Cinnamon pursues the next four New Mexico mysteries with one eye on the crime and one eye on finding Momma. Burro receives visions that contain clues to the crime, if only the two of them can figure out what they mean. These four stories take the reader on a tour of New Mexico towns full of quirky characters and mysterious doings.Each Tower Lowe mystery involves characters with disabilities: autism, physical impairments, mental impairments, etc. These characters are part of the narrative life of the novel, not the subject of the book. Her upcoming release features Spree, a neurodiverse character who is a key member of a family detective agency. Silencing Sistine by Tower Lowe is not being submitted to publishers.

25 review for In Dulce Disturbed ... And Four More: New Mexico Short Mysteries

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michael Oakley

    I really enjoyed reading this. Being short stories they move quick. Still, good characters throughout. Written to keep me entertained and wanting more. I am hooked and want to see where the search goes and what the outcome will be.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Donna Thompson

    This was my first introduction to the writing of Tower Lowe and I can guarantee it won't be my last. "In Dulce, Disturbed" immediately drew me in with its lyrical and mesmerizing prose, as well as its intriguing and slightly mysterious plot, which has a subplot that weaves its way throughout the "Cinnamon/Burro" series. I can't quite put my finger on what it is that makes Ms. Lowe's writing so hypnotic, but every once in a while I run across an author that has "it," and she definitely does. This This was my first introduction to the writing of Tower Lowe and I can guarantee it won't be my last. "In Dulce, Disturbed" immediately drew me in with its lyrical and mesmerizing prose, as well as its intriguing and slightly mysterious plot, which has a subplot that weaves its way throughout the "Cinnamon/Burro" series. I can't quite put my finger on what it is that makes Ms. Lowe's writing so hypnotic, but every once in a while I run across an author that has "it," and she definitely does. This story has a dreamy quality to it, and the southwestern setting of New Mexico is one that seems so visceral and so realistic at the same time. This story will definitely draw you in to the life and mysteries of Cinnamon and her search for Momma. "In Zuni, Zymotic" continues Cinnamon's search for Momma, as well as introduces a new short mystery for she and Burro to solve. As each of these stories unwind, you begin to learn more about these characters, including the state of New Mexico, which almost seems like a character itself. I find myself wanting to take a trip there as soon as possible! As Cinnamon and Burro investigate, and ultimately resolve, this crime, you'll find yourself drawn more and more into their web of hypnotic mystery. "In Santa Fe, Salacious" is another great story set in the world of Cinnamon and Burro, as they search for Momma across the great state of New Mexico. Although these stories can be enjoyed individually, it is much better if you read them in order, as each one picks up more characters and clues in the search for Momma. In addition to that underlying thread, we are once again treated to a crime for our undaunted duo to solve. Each of the mysteries in this series are unique and are resolved in a somewhat idiosyncratic way, which is what gives these stories and this series their distinctive flavor. I couldn't wait to reach "In Roswell, Re-Abducted" because, who doesn't love aliens? Just the thought of being able to continue reading another story set in the lovely New Mexico, and taking another road trip with Cinnamon and Burro, filled me with anticipation. And this story does not disappoint. A bit longer than the others in this series, we get a chance to interact with the characters a bit more and take our time in unraveling the new crime set before us. I absolutely love Ms. Lowe's writing and her unique way of unfolding a story, because that's just what this series is, a beautiful unfolding of a rich and fragrant tale. In this final book of the "Cinnamon/Burro" short stories, "In Carlsbad, Cavernous," before Ms. Lowe goes on to write the first full-length novel in the series, we are treated to a trip to Carlsbad Caverns. As with the previous entry, this is once again a bit longer of a story, so you're able to become more fully immersed in the mystery. In addition, we get some bigger and more astonishing revelations in the quest for Momma. This is a fun series with likeable characters that are each struggling with issues of their own. How they resolve those issues, what they find at the end of the road, is, perhaps, the best mystery of all. **I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review**

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    In Dulce, Disturbed is a wonderful short story about a Native American boy who's needs are not being met in a public school setting. Investigators Cinnamon and Burro visit the school and his parents to see if his civil rights are being met. With one eye on the task at hand, and the other on cinnamon's missing mother. The Short story is well-written. In Zuni, Zymotic finds Cinnamon and Burro following up on a civil rights case and continuing the search for Cinnamon's mother. They meet some twists In Dulce, Disturbed is a wonderful short story about a Native American boy who's needs are not being met in a public school setting. Investigators Cinnamon and Burro visit the school and his parents to see if his civil rights are being met. With one eye on the task at hand, and the other on cinnamon's missing mother. The Short story is well-written. In Zuni, Zymotic finds Cinnamon and Burro following up on a civil rights case and continuing the search for Cinnamon's mother. They meet some twists and turns and in the end Cinnamon learns that Dr Stuart is her father. The search continues... A well-written short story in the continuing saga of Cinnamon and Burro. In Santa Fe, Salacious Cinnamon and Burro continue the search for Momma. One of their friends has died from a blow to the head and they are investigating to see who killed him. A few twists and turns in the short-story, and the case is resolved. The search for Momma continues. The story is well-written. In Roswell, Re-abducted the short story takes lots of twists and turns. A few more twists and turns for my taste. With editing, the story could have been shortened and still have the same effect. Cinnamon and Burro are in Roswell searching for Cinnamon's Momma and there are a lot of references to aliens - both illegal and non-illegal. Factor in disabilities and a corrupt police officer, and a dead body, and the story becomes a bit farcical. In Carlsbad, Cavernous The story telling gets a bit better in this continuation of the Cinnamon and Burro story. Not too many twists and turns, and just enough mystery to hold one's interest. Another dead person case is solved and Cinnamon and Burro continue the search for Momma. I received this box set as a gift for my honest and unbiased review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gayle Pace

    MY THOUGHTS First off, the cover caught my interest. What happened to this person? The author gave the reader some really fascinating characters. This is a journey across New Mexico towns where some really mysterious things are happening. Or main character, Cinnamon, an investigator who likes to take on cases that are on the edge, touchy subjects and yes, of course, murder. Cinnamon has a partner, Burro, who has a slight insight or should I say different characteristic, he has hallucinations. Th MY THOUGHTS First off, the cover caught my interest. What happened to this person? The author gave the reader some really fascinating characters. This is a journey across New Mexico towns where some really mysterious things are happening. Or main character, Cinnamon, an investigator who likes to take on cases that are on the edge, touchy subjects and yes, of course, murder. Cinnamon has a partner, Burro, who has a slight insight or should I say different characteristic, he has hallucinations. This is really a plus since the two use these hallucinations in their investigations. The author gives the reader a little different look on mysteries. Ms. Lowe gave descriptions of the scenery and the characters that made the reader actually picture the people and places. I think the New Mexico locale added to the stories. It made the mystery more interesting. Usually mysteries are set in big cities with not much on descriptive scenery. I like the way the author took one short story and led it into the next short story focusing on one main topic. Being short stories you can stop after one story if need be and pick up later on. You don't lose yourself even though you put the book down for a while. I think the basis for the book being an abused, challenged, but very intelligent child being neglected by the school system is unique. I believe this is something that a lot of parents and children can relate to in their own lives. I wasn't sure I wanted to read this book but I would have been sorry to have missed out on Cinnamon and Burro. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, Tower Lowe and voluntarily decided to review it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Charles Tidwell

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emily Johnson

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  10. 5 out of 5

    Li'l Owl

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  12. 4 out of 5

    Devi Nair

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joyce

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tim Goyette

  15. 4 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

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  17. 4 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

    Jill

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    Ashley

  24. 4 out of 5

    Laura H

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

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