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Fleeting Visions by Rene Natan
Louis Saura is a lonely seventeen-year-old in Canada who knows what it is to fight and survive the hard way. Orphaned at the age of two and raised by a poor and sick uncle, his life suddenly changes when his uncle dies and local crime boss Camilo Estorbar comes into his life. Soon, Louis spurns Estorbar and the fight for his life begins. As Louis plays cat and mouse with Estorbar, he crosses path with Detective Gordon [...]
 
Tecate Peak - The Edge by Michael Hudon
In between, in its nearly 300 delicious pages, along with the newly released audio book, there are continuing and interwoven subplots packed full with passion, drama, love lost and regained, moral dilemma, brotherhood, and suspense, always sandwiched by more action. Tecate Peak traces the ebb and flow, the frenzy and the calm that is the day to day life of Harry Dugan, a cop from a family of cops who proves to be the epitome [...]
 
Living or Retiring in Mexico - All you need to know before you go by Leo Buijs
This updated, and second edition is a captivating collection of stories and practical information for anyone with an interest in Mexico. Especially for those who want to spend more time in Mexico or consider staying permanently. Written by a seasoned gringo, the book covers Mexican culture and history, what to expect in this foreign country and how to deal with it. From selecting a location, bringing goods into Mexico, to [...]
 
Kidnapped - A True Story of an American Family Held Hostage by the US Embassy by John T. Evans
When John & Kerri Evans discover their son, Kameron, has a biological sister who is an orphan in Cambodia, they seek and receive permission from the US Government to adopt her and bring her home to the USA. For the next 6 years, the Evans family is held hostage in Cambodia by the US Embassy, USCIS, and US Departments of State and Homeland Security. The Embassy staff instructs them to pay bribes and commit multiple crimes. [...]
 
The Missings by Peg Brantley
Aspen Falls Colorado police detective, Chase Waters, is working the most interesting and difficult case of his career. Interesting because mutilated bodies of young men and women are appearing regularly in and around his small mountain college town. Difficult because the victims are all Hispanic and that part of town tends to guard its secrets. What he doesn't know is that everything is about to get a lot more personal. "A [...]
 
Green Card Soldier by Bruce Zielsdorf
Green Card Soldier is the story of Andro Babich--a naive, but inquisitive Bosnian teenage soccer star--as told by Heath Winslow--a cynical, self-deprecating war correspondent. Set amidst the civil-war ravaged Balkans of the early '90s, Winslow recounts Andro's exploits, including his daring escape to America where he receives a green card and joins the U.S. Army, ultimately earning his citizenship and a brand new life. [...]
 
The Belly Dancer and the Border Agent by Siara Brandt
A kidnapping gone wrong. A terrorist plot. Serenne Brandeis find herself caught in the war zone known as the US/Mexican border. Just when she thinks her life couldn't get any more complicated, she meets the agent known as the Border Wolf and things really start heating up. Agent Caden Hawke never loses his focus on a mission. Ever. But all that is about to change. He has crossed one border with Serenne Brandeis. He is about [...]
 
A Taste of Living in Mexico - A Collection of Stories and Suggestions for would-be gringos by Leo Buijs
'A Taste of Living in Mexico' is a collection of stories, based upon facts, and has suggestions or advise, that could be informative and or funny to anyone with an interest in Mexico. However, the content is primarily designed to benefit readers that hope to spend more time in the United States of Mexico. Either to 'live the life', or to retire there, and see their retirement budget gain substantial spending power. The [...]
 
Trapped in Limbo by John Robert McCauley
This is a remarkable story of family genes and individual triumph. As the curtain rises, New York City is infested with terrorists. This thriller revolves around an American, Dr. Wolfgang Von Braun, the father of drones, and his daughter, Kristen, a Brazilian. Though worlds apart, their shared scientific genes promise to bring them together until a tragic circumstance changes the time table. Fortunately, before this tragedy, [...]
 
The Consular Investigator - Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire by Onofre Poonin
Get involved with one of the unknown facts about the life of a Consular Investigator! The author provides you with an in depth description of ten of his well-depicted chapters. He carefully describes the circumstances that lead to taking you to his simple dream, his adventure and fulfillment, even to his downfall and his faith in God, the tragedy that destroyed him, and a vivid description of the character's bitter challenges [...]
 
Multifarious Notions by Bill Hylton
The stories in this book have a broad range of subjects: sexual attraction, gun safety, a U. S. Senator's Vietnam experiences, children in state custody, karate and its effect on a father/son relationship, frontier survival, frontier justice, and modern justice when an Arkansas Deputy Sheriff arrests a Mexican chicken plucker.
 
Left Handed Gringo - A Martin Carter Short Story by James L. Rickard
Taking a personal response to Pancho Villa's infamous raid on the American town of Columbus, N.M., Martin Carter travels into Mexico to pursue the killers of his daughter. Writers usually work from an outline, a plan if you will, but this was written from the seat of my pants. This allows the reader to experience every twist and turn as it was imagined. Further, they can walk away at the end with the same feeling I had. If [...]
 
Hummingbird by David Stearman
She feels like a misfit. Who is she? Where does she belong? Is she Lexa, Alexandra, or someone else? Forced to commit a crime, she flees south of the Border and a vindictive bounty hunter follows her. Will she escape? Find redemption? Learn who she really is and where she belongs? Her answers lie hidden in a tiny seaside village where wandering hummingbirds rest their wings. "From the moment the story begins, Hummingbird is [...]
 
Border Town Blues (Dalton's Blues) by Andrew Scorah
Dalton's on the run with a gal, and a gun - What begins as a search for missing D.E.A agents, turns into a race against time, through the Sonoran Desert. Jimmy Dalton and Jamie Lee Duggan are heading down Mexico way for some sun, sea, and fun. They run into trouble with the town sheriff after he uncovers drugs in their RV, a shadowy DEA agent, Eric Deacon, persuades them it would be in their best interests to come work for [...]
 
Don’t Give Up on Me by C. Victorya Grace
Miguel walked into the house and didn't smell the aroma of his mother's cooking. He didn't hear her humming as she cleaned, or his siblings playing loudly and running through the house. He stood at the door and listened for anything, any noise at all. He could not escape the feeling that something was wrong. He stood quietly and listened. Finally, he heard a plea in the kitchen, a small voice too afraid to speak louder [...]
 
The Reparations of Bill Clinton by J.C. Shannon
Join Bill Clinton and Checkers, President Nixon's faithful dog, as Bill tries to escape Political Purgatory at the height of the Monica scandal. Together they navigate the seven rooms of Political Pitfalls to try and salvage Bill's tarnished Presidency. A humorous book, featuring over 300 colorful political personalities, within 169 colored pages. Being conservative has never been so Natty!
 
Treasure of the Ant People - The Further Adventures of Charlie Hobbs by James L. Rickard
If you've been wondering what happened to Charlie Hobbs since the end of Grandpa Wore a Six-Gun? Here's the answer you've been waiting for! If you like a Western or a Fantasy, you'll get both in the genre-bending Revisionist Western, Treasure of the Ant People. Add in a little humor and some legends about Pancho Villa along with a treasure hunt and you have an exciting read in the follow-up to Grandpa Wore a Six-Gun. Or, you [...]
 
(SOS) Stuck On Stupid -- The Self Help Book: A Book of Common Sense! by Tito Luv
"(SOS) Stuck on Stupid -- The Self Help Book" is a humorous piece of literary effort communicating stories on serious subject matters in a most distinguished way. You may find yourself embarrassingly laughing out loud while describing current events you otherwise dare not discuss or speak about in public with family members, close friends or business associates. Regardless of age, readers from all generations will get a kick [...]
 
King Donald by George Thomas Clark
In King Donald readers join Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and many others on araucous ride into a fictional world infused with facts from one of the roughest political races in modern U.S. history. Rubio rips The Donald who insults Megyn Kelly who counterattacks, and the candidates begin battling around the nation for months, and often reveal what they're thinking but dare not [...]
 
On Thin Ice - short stories of life and dating after 50 by Johanna Van Zanten
Adrienne's journey takes the reader from the discovery of passion and ecstasy in her twenties during the late sixties, to her first broken heart, from a her divorce, to her first dating experiences on line in her fifties, and so much more, until a reconciliation with the past and her future life end the collection on a positive and hopeful note. On Thin Ice is a novella of about 60,000 words in twelve interconnected short [...]
 
A Gringo's Tour of Mexico - The Practical Traveler's Guide by Grant M. Handgis
This gringo's tour will take you through thirteen states of Mexico, with your own tour guide leading you through every step necessary to navigate through Mexico as if you had been doing it all your life. All the necessary documentation requirements for travel through Mexico as well. You will come to get a feel for daily life in Mexico and what to expect along the way. You will be shown the royal road south, down the pacific [...]
 
Cooking Mexican - How To Cook With Authentic Mexican Recipes by J Mahoney
In Cooking Mexican I show you easy authentic Mexican recipes to create great tasting Mexican dishes you can enjoy at home - These basic traditional Mexican recipes cover everything from tacos and enchiladas, to salads, salsas, appetizers and even desserts like Flan and Apple Enchiladas! Mexican food doesn't have to be difficult, in fact it is easy since it is the flavors, not the cooking that can be complex. Cooking Mexican [...]
 
A Vagabond in Mexico by S. Guzmán-C.
A Vagabond in Mexico, by S. Guzman-C., is an autobiographical novel concerning a man's travels to Mexico in search of a new life. As his search progresses he becomes more a participant than a spectator through his interactions in the Mexican culture. With his finances dwindling, he is drawn deeper into the oppressed world of the underpaid worker finally taking his place. Oppressed by poverty he eventually must leave the [...]
 
The Insider’s Guide to the Best of Mexico - 42 experts tell you where to sun, swim, eat, stay, and celebrate the real Mexico by Carmen Amato
The Insider's Guide to the Best of Mexico is a unique collection of insider stories that you won't find anywhere else. It's your passport to a country full of color, culture, and contrasts. Forty-two writers, artists, educators, travelers, business owners and others share their experiences inside today's Mexico. Most of those who contributed stories are expatriates who have found opportunity and inspiration in Mexico. From [...]
 
THE TEDIOUS VOYAGE - Understanding The Journey From The Labor Room to the Delivery Room by Dr. Elvis Crews
At the end of your pregnancy, comes your trip to the delivery room which you would be undertaking. Have you planned for your trip from the Labor Room to the delivery room yet for child birth? Knowing the full extent of what is to come on this trip of yours keeps you better prepared to handle the situation. The pain during the delivery of your baby could be like a combination of stabbing pains and really awful menstral cramps. [...]
 

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