High Praise from best-selling authors Cussler and Coel
Two months before he died, best-selling author Clive Cussler, said The Delta Tango Trilogy protagonist Layne Sheppard’s “life of trials and sorrows rivals any fiction story today.” That’s high praise from one of the most successful adventure authors of all time. And even more impressive considering that Cussler was commenting on debut work.
Another perennial New York Times best-seller, Margaret Coel, calls Christopher LaGrone’s trilogy “a heartbreakingly honest tale of the lives that intersect and are forever changed along our bleak and dangerous southern border.”
Once a Border Patrol agent himself, LaGrone draws on his own experiences as a recruit, field trainee and border agent to provide an intimate and personalized picture of border enforcement from the perspective of the line agent. Through his complicated main character, LaGrone helps the reading public learn how difficult it is to become a Border Patrol agent and what it’s like to prowl the desert at all hours, dealing with human traffickers, drug smugglers and desperate individuals and families seeking a better life.
The result is a one-of-a-kind Border Patrol chronicle, from Morgan James Publishing.
After reading all three manuscripts, Coel, creator of the acclaimed 20-book Wind River series of Native American mysteries, said, “These are important novels, not to be missed or forgotten.”
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Arizona agent’s book, published after his death, tells tales from the borderlands
From PinalCentral.com – October 26, 2020. Opens in new tab.