Dennis Fitter is a long-time journalist wooed by the wow of Mexico. Living and working there eleven years afforded him numerous learning experiences and situations to feed his affair with our close, yet widely misunderstood neighbors. Most exceptional to grapple with is every generation’s unfading, emotional attachment to the cultural accomplishments of the 1940s.
“Mexico City the Golden Age – my newly released, 100,000-word historical fiction – is my rendition of that extravagant decade of music and passion, dance and romance Mexico cannot forget."
Fitter's novel balances historical integrity with a lusty tale of one man’s adventures in the business of life and the life of love during that golden decade when Mexico City transformed into the Hispanic world’s Hollywood and New York in one.