|n Murder Becomes Miami, Dalton Lee receives a disturbing message from a mysterious stranger in a secluded nook of the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens in Coconut Grove.
A spectacular example of Mediterranean Revival architecture, Vizcaya is the former villa and estate of James Deering, of the Deering McCormick–International Harvester fortune. Overlooking Biscayne Bay, it includes extensive gardens, a native woodland landscape, and a compound of historic village outbuildings.
It serves as the eerie backdrop for one of the book's most ominous chapters.
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