Alan Cheuse Book Review: 'Southwesterly Wind' Alan Cheuse reviews Southwesterly Wind, by Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, the third in a series of novels about a detective in Rio de Janeiro. This time, the detective is called upon to investigate a murder which has not yet taken place.

Alan Cheuse Book Review: 'Southwesterly Wind'

Alan Cheuse Book Review: 'Southwesterly Wind'

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Alan Cheuse reviews Southwesterly Wind, by Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, the third in a series of novels about a detective in Rio de Janeiro. This time, the detective is called upon to investigate a murder which has not yet taken place.

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