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Triple Crossing

Triple Crossing

Valentine Pescatore is a rookie Border Patrol agent, just trying to survive the Line. Until he pursues a suspect across the border into Mexico, and finds himself in serious trouble. Isabel Puente is a beautiful US agent investigating a powerful Mexican crime family. She offers Valentine a chance – if he works with her as an undercover agent she’ll make his problems go away. But soon their relationship is no longer strictly professional. Over the border in Tijuana, anti-corruption chief Leo Mendez is working to bring criminals to justice. In a city where anyone can be bought, he’s made enemies on both sides of the law. All three have the same aim: to bring down the cartels. But in a world built on lies, how do you know who to trust? As the violence escalates, the stage is set for a showdown full of bloodshed and betrayal.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 18th August 2011

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781444727524

Reviews

A fast-paced thriller that rings true to the real story behind the political posturing over the drug war, illegal immigration and border security.
<i>Kirkus Reviews</i>
Rotella is an expert on the vicious anarchy of Mexican crime and politics...His balance of intimate storytelling and operatic scale is stunning.
<i>Daily Telegraph</i>
One of the most accomplished first novels I have ever read...full of dangers, deep characters and a story writ on a grand scale...an important piece of work from an author whose voice should be heard
Michael Connelly
An astonishingly impressive debut from an investigative journalist with a sharp eye for the duplicity that stalks the border between the U.S. and Mexico...a taut, lean and satisfying thriller that lingers in your mind long after you've finished it.
<i>Daily Mail</i>
Employs a journalist's sharp eye and a novelist's deft touch to give us a rich portrait of the sights, smells, sounds, beauties and dangers of life south of the border...honest and engrossing
<i>Washington Post</i>