Barbara Lassiter and Susan Martinez, two New Mexico homicide detectives, are assigned to investigate the murder of a wealthy Albuquerque socialite. They soon discover that the victim, a narcissistic borderline personality, played a lifetime game of destroying people’s lives. As a result, the list of suspects in her murder is extensive.
Late on Good Friday, as people were getting ready for Easter weekend, New Mexico's Gov. Susan Martinez vetoed Senate Bill 416 which would have raised the wage of thousands of New Mexico’s low-wage workers from $7.50 to $8.50.
Artist’s depiction of the Menhune & Tunnels “Tales and legends of the wee folk, or little people, are numerous around the world. At times they are reportedly meddlesome, but always very mysterious. Through her extensive research into the subject matter, Susan Martinez, Ph.D., establishes the little people as the progenitor of civilization and one of the ancestors of the people of today,”