When three small businesses compete for a million-dollar grant,the owners find themselves in the midst of conspiracies, allegations, and sabotage. One of the companies, a popular Mexican restaurant, is burglarized and the victim of food tampering. What transpires next is panic in the community as people try to determine exactly how many customers the sabotage will harm. Just before the grant decision is made, violence erupts, corruption threatens the integrity of the contest, and a family member is near death. When the grant is finally awarded, the sabotage culprits are revealed and the perpetrators are closer than anyone suspected.
Told with biting humor and amazing suspense, Catfish Quesadillasis a rare honest portrayal of customer service in America. It is a bold story that examines the hunger for opportunity and the pitfall of complacency. With Catfish Quesadillas, Egeston once again cre-ates a suspenseful and thought provoking book that allows readers an escape into a harsh reality.
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Book Description Carter-Krall Publishers, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0967550556
Book Description Carter-Krall Publishers, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110967550556