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South Florida authors living - and writing - local

Carolina South Florida is inspirational to many of us (especially come January, despite the days of the frozen iguanas). But it's truly motivating to local writers, many of whom use oh-so-familiar landmarks in their work and will appear at this year's Miami Book Fair International.

Herald staffer and Friend of the Blog Howard Cohen talked to a few of those locals, including Carolina Garcia-Aguilera, who's been entertaining us with her sassy Lupe Solano thrillers for a few years now (and is, like most of us, a big fan of Versailles . . . I could use some cafe con leche right about now).

Check out Howard's story on Garcia-Aguilera, James Grippando and other writers who make South Florida their setting - and their home.


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