From the Author
F.G. Haghenbeck is a novelist, historian and comic-book writer. Has adegree in Architecture, LaSalle University Mexico city. He worked asmuseum designer, television producer and architect, until he was devoted to his literature career taking in full time job. Haghenbeck now is awell know fiction novelist on many countries. Is famous by hisNoir-books, like the bestseller Trago Amargo (Bitter Drink), book winner of "Vuelta de tuerca award" for Best Mystery Novel 2006. Published onFrance (Denöel Edit.), Spain (Roca) and USA (Amazon Crossing). And bios of Mexican artists like Frida Kahlo: The secret book of Frida Kahlo(Atria) published on Germany, Holland, Brazil, USA, China, France,Serbia and Italy. Also wrote the books El Diablo me obligó, Aliento aMuerte and El Código Nazi.
On Comic books, he was the co-creatorand co-writer of Crimson for DC Comics (1999-2002); creator and writerof Alternation (Image Comics, 2003); and the only professional Mexicanwriter in a Superman title (DC Comics). He wrote the graphic novel Corre democracia, corre with the artist Micro and Un mexicano en cada hijo.Also, is the creator of the children's books Santa vs. los vampiros, and Niña Mar with the artist Tony Sandoval.
The author is living inTehuacan, Puebla with a beautiful chef (his wife), a young anarquist(his daughter), and Brandy (his dog).
About the Author
F. G. Haghenbeck
, a native of Mexico, is an award-winning novelist and screenwriter. His novel Frida Kahlo’s Secret Book
has been translated into ten languages. He lives in Tehuacán, Mexico.