Henry Rios Mysteries
Lay Your Sleeping Head is the first novel in the Henry Rios Mystery series, written by Michael Nava. Henry Rios is a gay, Mexican-American criminal defense lawyer living in the fictional town of Linden, California in 1982. A time when there is no internet, peoples smoke in bars and airplanes, most gay men are closeted and no one has heard of AIDS. The Henry Rios Mystery podcast was adapted, directed and produced by Michael Nava.
Hugh’s mysterious uncle reveals the identity of Hugh’s killer but Rios is not convinced.
An unexpected death seems to end Rios’s search for Hugh’s killer.
Rios finds an unexpected ally, new love, and big trouble.
Rios’s investigation uncovers the dark secret behind Hugh’s family’s fortune.
A retired law professor provides Rios with crucial information in his quest for Hugh’s killers.
Rios’s continuing investigation into Hugh’s death earns him a threat and a warning.
Stolen documents and mysterious injuries on Hugh’s body convinced Rios he was murdered.
Rios is abducted, drugged and dumped in an alley south of Market Street.
Rios’s search for answers to Hugh’s death leads him to Grant Hancock, Hugh’s prep school classmate.