La Frontera

La Frontera Ana Torres is a Texas Ranger assigned to a dusty outpost to protect the border When she discovers the body of a dead crosser the stage is set for an investigation and a confrontation in the nighttime

  • Title: La Frontera
  • Author: Sam Hawken
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ana Torres is a Texas Ranger assigned to a dusty outpost to protect the border When she discovers the body of a dead crosser, the stage is set for an investigation and a confrontation in the nighttime desert Luis Gonz lez lives on the Mexican side, helping those who seek a better life in the north while looking for peace in his own way.Marisol Herrera, a border crosser,Ana Torres is a Texas Ranger assigned to a dusty outpost to protect the border When she discovers the body of a dead crosser, the stage is set for an investigation and a confrontation in the nighttime desert Luis Gonz lez lives on the Mexican side, helping those who seek a better life in the north while looking for peace in his own way.Marisol Herrera, a border crosser, braves hardship and dangers on her journey from the high mountains of El Salvador to the sun blasted flats of the Mexico Texas border She is alone, chasing a dream, but threatened by the realities of la frontera The stories of these three will intersect in the badlands of Texas There will be death and pain and prices paid along the banks of the Rio Grande.

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    About “Sam Hawken

    • Sam Hawken

      Sam Hawken is the best selling and Crime Writers Association Dagger nominated author of the Camaro Espinoza thriller series, as well as the critically acclaimed Borderland Trilogy.

    596 thoughts on “La Frontera

    • Following in the tradition of his first two novels, The Dead Women of Juarez and Tequilla Sunset, Hawken brings another glorious and affecting Mexico influenced novel with La Frontera. Cleverly intertwining three distinct and separate stories, Hawken manages to encompass the essential ills of South American and Mexican life, showing the desperation of those keen to enter America in the search of a better life, those that feed financially on this desperation, and the forces of law and order who s [...]


    • Hawken's latest novel is 'La Frontera', a borderland novel, that tells the story of the desperation of the 'crossers' from three different points of view. The novel is split into three parts, where each separate protagonist tells their own story and all of which unknowingly intersects with the other two.Firstly we hear from Ana, who is a Texas Ranger and patrols the farmlands to the north of the border, in the Presido area looking for 'illegals' and signs of where they may be crossing the border [...]


    • I've read enough of Sam Hawken's work to think that I knew what I was getting from La Frontera. Like a lot of his other work, La Frontera deals with life in a border city. The first third of the book stars a Ana Torres a Texas Ranger assigned to Presidio, Texas. The novel starts with Ana encountering the dead body of what looks to be an illegal immigrant that was shot trying to cross the border, and from this start you'd think you were getting a straight crime novel, but this is so much more tha [...]


    • Der Kriminalroman "Kojoten" thematisiert die Immigration an der mexikanisch-amerikanischen Grenzen aus der Perspektive dreier Figuren: Einer amerikanischen Polizistin (Ranger), eines Menschenschmugglers (Kojoten) und einer jungen Immigrantin, denen jeweils um die 100 Seiten gewidment werden. Ich bin nicht sonderlich tief in der Thematik belesen, allerdings ist sie mir aufgrund anderer Bücher, Filme und Reportagen auch nicht vollkommen unbekannt. Insbesondere die Geschichte aus des Rangers brach [...]


    • A well-constructed, thoughtful book which looks as if it’s a crime novel but is really about the human face of migration. Set in the US, a Mexican border town and a small mountain town in El Salvador, at the heart of the story is a mystery. A man is found shot in the back in a remote spot. Nearby is a rape tree.The lives of three people play a part in the events of that night. Ana is a Texas Ranger patrolling the US border, keeping angry ranchers happy and trying not to fall in love with Presi [...]


    • Good descriptive skills, fleshing out interesting characters. But the 3 converging stories never really go anywhere


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