Sunday, 2 December 2012

Border Crossings (A Catherine James Thriller) - Michael Weems

A classic thriller of the good guys working (killing) their way up through the ranks of a Mexican drugs cartel on the hunt for the top man, who unsurprisingly has done something a bit evil. The story runs parallel to another,  a victim of the Mexican immigration and  sex slave trade and her route to revenge. Normal I don’t like duel story books as one is usually better that the other but this one worked very well although they could have joined up better towards the end.
The lead characters were great in this book although perhaps it needed a better baddy – or to bring him into the story more. Either way a good read - and it is shame the author needed to publish this one himself. It is a dotted I and a crossed t from feeling like a best seller.
4 Stars

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