Who is that woman in the pink ballerina outfit? And why can’t Andre Esperanza’s once photographic memory recall her identity? Andre must answer these questions after he photographs her drawing pirouettes on wet sand. The burst of 51 photos he shoots reignite painful, missing memories of a life he thought he’d left behind. They also bring US and foreign operatives calling, and Andre must decide whether to cooperate or to protect a woman he should know but can’t remember. Reluctantly, Andre will have to face how this Pink Ballerina fits into his defunct career in electronic surveillance and how she ties in with his achievements and failures, which to him pretty much look the same.
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About the Author:
Eduardo Suastegui is an Electrical, Software and Systems engineer by education and training with a drive for story-telling he brings about through his photography and writing. Though he loves how efficiently photography can convey his vision, he considers writing and the power of the word as the fullest, most in-depth vehicle to explore the struggles we face as human beings. Drawing from his engineering background and life experiences, his stories span a wide spectrum of topics including technical thrillers, crime capers, science fiction, faith and church life.
Though he favors suspense thrillers, Eduardo lets genre arise organically. Along with setting and concept, he lets genre serve the story his characters inhabit. In keeping with this character-centric view, he also aims to feature and highlight his characters’ voices rather than project his own. Ultimately, Eduardo sees writing as a call to express ideas and vision, to inspire emotion and thought, to move the heart. To that end, self-expression and inspiration goes out to others, namely his readers. His self-expression finds completion when it makes a connection with those who partake in his work.