The Mexicans: Angel on the Border

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The whole NSA team is back; join Phil Bragg and the good guys in this exciting drama of Intrigue, Mystery, Terror and Suspense. Action abounds where the defenders of the nation are at work against the perpetrators of evil. What devious devices are used, what international assets are employed, what mysterious minds are at work? It's all cloaked in subterfuge, crossing continents and oceans; all bent on death and destruction in the cities of the U.S. How do you uncover their workings and what remains hidden? ...
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Overview

The whole NSA team is back; join Phil Bragg and the good guys in this exciting drama of Intrigue, Mystery, Terror and Suspense. Action abounds where the defenders of the nation are at work against the perpetrators of evil. What devious devices are used, what international assets are employed, what mysterious minds are at work? It's all cloaked in subterfuge, crossing continents and oceans; all bent on death and destruction in the cities of the U.S. How do you uncover their workings and what remains hidden? Outcomes are rarely evident where events turn on the compulsive behavior of men with a twisted death wish. Danger lurks the streets as Luis Caldera joins Angel Suarez on the border. He's tough and like most of the officers, smart, loving and humorous. In a world flush with the mindset of hate and murder, there are yet the true, the faithful and the heroic; thank God for them.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419673672
  • Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/7/2007
  • Pages: 474
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.95 (d)

Meet the Author

William George Rasmussen lives with his wife, Rebecca Deloach, in Shelby County, Alabama. They have three children, all grown. He writes on topics of current interest that deal with situations and events threatening to the American social and political condition both from without and within. His characters are casually charming, bold and witty with a healthy vigor, tending toward the heroic and often expressing a redemptive point of view.
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