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Border Crossings by Michael Weems
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Aug 20, 2011

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Two different stories running side by side. On one side a young American girl is murdered by
the drug cartel in CanCun, at the same time a young mexican girl has been smuggled into the
U.S. under the assumption they they would aid her in finding work, however she was kept in a trailer
along with other young girls and was made to be a prostitute, also by the drug cartels. Interesting
stories, just a little to unbelievable as an American woman and her former lover stepped in to
just about single handed take out some of the top cartel.

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Monte I agree, but if I think of this work as a "fictional" piece, the book works better. Plus there were so many grammatical errors in this book!

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