The Southern Crossby Timothy G. Davis
Since before the Panama Canal was constructed, America has enjoyed a strong presence throughout Latin America. With military spending cuts and focusing more on the Middle East and the Balkans, this stabilizing presence has been critically reduced. The once dominant Southern Command is now headquartered in Florida. The region below the Rio Grande is ripe for widespread revolution: peasant uprisings in Mexico; civil war in Guatemala; 30,000 demobilized soldiers and guerrillas in El Salvador; border disputes with Honduras; riots in Nicaragua; heavy rebel fighting along the Colombian and Panamanian border; rampant drug smuggling with drug lords protected by armies of mercenaries.
As the U.S. has pulled out, the Japanese have quietly moved in, buying up mineral rights from Mexico to Venezuela. Potentially rich oil fields have been discovered that could make its owners completely independent of Western trade, not to mention immense wealth and power. Out of the flames of the invasion of Panama, one conspiracy was destroyed. But now, it is about to come full circle.
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What a great book! His style has you on the edge wondering what is going to happen next...he guides you with seeds of information leaving your comprehension your own. That is a good writer. I am anxious for book two!
A well written, vibrant novel. You can see the politics and chaos clearly through Mr. Davis' skill.
This is a great, well written and very realistic book. I became enthralled with the book and the very real-life plot.
This book is a great read for anyone who likes action-adventure novels! The book is realistic and well-written!
I've lived in Central America before and Timothy Davis captures what it's really like, especailly during a civil war.
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