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There are instances where Mexican Drug Cartels use border ranchers as 'mules' to carry their illegal goods from Mexico into the United States. Some of the ranchers who fight drought, downsizing of grazing permits, low beef prices, and high taxes can be drawn to drug smuggling for money to save their lands and provide for their families. When Audrey Nichols loses the husband she was leaving to a terrible accident, she seeks solace with her friends on a border ranch in Arizona. Jackie and Leo Ellis welcome Audrey, but are careful to have her away from the ranch on certain nights. What are Audrey's friends up to, and are they all in danger?
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John Duncklee is an award-winning author of over twenty-four books. His published work covers fiction, non-fiction, satire, short stories, and poetry. Prior to his writing career, John was a university professor in both the United States and Mexico, a cattle rancher, Quarter Horse breeder, designer of mesquite wood furniture, and was a Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He lives in New Mexico with his wife, Penny, an illustrator and artist who provides much of the wonderful artwork for his covers. To learn more about John, please visit him at: http://www.johnduncklee.com/
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