Eric’s attorneys submitted a letter and courtesy copy of his memoir this morning requesting that the Nicaraguan authorities make use of the information the book brings to light in order to reopen investigation into Doris murder. They were cordially received by consul César Mercado. Simultaneously copies of book and letter went to Nicaraguan Embassy in Washington. Eric did not enter the consulate with his attorneys.

Gingo Nightmare is in stores everywhere today or just order here. Ships Fast! Also, Eric will be interviewed live on the Leonard Lopate Show at 12pm EST. Click to listen.


Book Tour Update: Eric will discuss and sign copies of GRINGO NIGHTMARE in Nashville and Miami:

Wednesday May 5th
7:00 PM

DAVIS-KIDD BOOKSELLERS
2121 Green Hills Village Dr
Nashville, TN 37215
(615) 385-2645

Wednesday, May 12th/MIAMI
8:00 PM
BOOKS & BOOKS
265 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables, FL 33134-5046
(305) 442-4408


*California events to be announced

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