In Mexican Gothic, Noemí Taboada’s father sends her to check on her cousin, who sent a strange and concerning letter to her family.
As Noemí experiences life with the family of her cousin’s husband, she realizes something is off and is determined to find out what it is. Will she be able to figure it out before it is too late?
Mexican Gothic is dark and disturbing, giving you the heebie-jeebies. It is my kind of book!
Noemí is full of spit and vinegar. She holds her tongue when necessary but lets loose when pushed too far. From a glamorous gal to living in a forbidding and tattered old mansion, she deals with life as it happens.
I found the cause of the issues strange. The supernatural and the environment are brought together to cause havoc at High Place. Even though I found this odd, I enjoyed it. The unusual is fun to read about, and Mexican Gothic is unusual.
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