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About meIn 2008 I retired from teaching special education in CA and AZ. In 2009 I began writing my first book about my journey around the world from 1970 to 1979. "Living Beneath the Radar"
This led to three more books, one started when moving to Mexico and the other two written while in Mexico. "Learning to Love the Peso" "Centavo; A Dog From Mexico" and "The '60s"
I have returned to the States and have started a murder mystery series with Brain Bleed and Ian's Revenge as the first two followed by Nab Yoga and The Hemp Papers.

I and my wife continue to live in Baja California near the Sea of Cortez. Life is unique and different and at a much slower pace.

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Real nameJeffrey Ray Crimmel

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