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While countless others are trying to flee their lives in Mexico, Natalie and Carl are wanting in. On the run from both the authorities and their seedy counterparts from their former lives, they are rushing full speed ahead with their one chance for a new and better life. Complicating things are a small baby with fake ID and Carl's penchant for running out on bad situations ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published March 7th 2007 by iUniverse
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