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When Valentine chases a notorious smuggler into Tijuana, a transgression that can get him arrested, Valentine winds up recruited by attractive Isabel Puente, a U.S. federal agent who wants him to infiltrate a powerful Mexican mafia familyâand with whom he soon falls in love.Jun 06 2011 | Read Full Review of Triple Crossing: A Novel
Leonardo Mendez, the head of a special Mexican law enforcement unit known as the Diogenes Group and famous for fighting political and criminal corruption, is determined to bring Junior down at all costs, and Puente hopes that her efforts, and the utilization of Pescatore, will enable him to do this.Sep 08 2011 | Read Full Review of Triple Crossing: A Novel
Caballero's business interests have expanded far beyond smuggling people — not just Mexican nationals but OTMs (other than Mexicans) — and dope north from Mexico and receiving guns and cash flowing south from the U.S. all the way to the lawless intersection of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.Aug 29 2011 | Read Full Review of Triple Crossing: A Novel
Sebastian Rotella, a journalist who has won prizes and published one nonfiction book that covers the same region as the main setting of this novel (Twilight on the Line: Underworlds and Politics at the Mexican Border), has crossed into the realm of fiction to tell a devastating tale of drug traff...Aug 12 2011 | Read Full Review of Triple Crossing: A Novel
Politically charged violence escalates, plunging Pescatore into the lawless "triple border" region of South America and a showdown full of bloodshed and betrayal.
Writing with rapid-fire intensity, Sebastian Rotella captures the despair and intrigue of the borderlands, where enforcing the ...
With weekly issues every Saturday morning at 10am and new articles throughout the week, including reviews — movies each Monday at 7pm and live events Wednesdays at 7pm.Aug 29 2011 | Read Full Review of Triple Crossing: A Novel
Rotella’s journalistic experience combined with vivid descriptions and realistic character insight made for an exceptionally fun book to read while giving the reader a clearer image of the political and social issues which hinder law enforcement on both sides of the border.Sep 15 2011 | Read Full Review of Triple Crossing: A Novel
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