Andrea Ibáñez is an anthropologist trained at Syracuse University and Duke University retired from a career as a public administrator at the City of Tucson. She has published scores of articles about travel, culture, history, and the Southwest in the Tucson Weekly, Valley Guide Quarterly, Tucson Guide Quarterly and The New York Times. She was the author of the chapters on Tucson and Southern Arizona in Fodor’s Arizona guide and Fodor’s USA guide.
Her time living in North Carolina inspired the mystery series DEADLY set in three distinct areas of that state: DEADLY WOODS in the piedmont, DEADLY DUNES at the coast, and DEADLY MOUNTAINS in the Appalachians.
The first in the “Carolina Trilogy” mystery series, “A Mockingbird’s Song,” is available at Antigone Books, Clues Unlimited and in digital and print format from Amazon.com.
The second novel, “A Dowitcher’s Dirge,” is available at Antigone Books, Clues Unlimited and in digital and print format from Amazon.com.
“Waste Water,” a stand-alone political satire about love, lust, politics, and water resources in the Southwest is also available.
You can contact her at email@example.com