If you thought Sara Conner was safe . . . think again. Sara narrowly escaped the ruins of the Cortez drug empire to find sanctuary in Miami. But is she really safe? And what of special agent Doug Bradford? Can a relationship formed under fire survive...+
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If you thought Sara Conner was safe . . . think again.
Sara narrowly escaped the ruins of the Cortez drug empire to find sanctuary in Miami. But is she really safe? And what of special agent Doug Bradford? Can a relationship formed under fire survive the stresses of everyday life and Doug's dangerous profession?
When old enemies resurface, the trail of suspicion leads to the lawless Tri-Frontier region of South America, where drug-dealing, smuggling, and terrorism hide behind the tourist trade of Iguazu Falls, the world's greatest cascades.
A routine drug raid catapults Sara and Doug into a raging firestorm that sweeps across international borders . . . and this time, the flames of terror burn in their homeland.
"Jeanette Windle is a wordsmith of the first order. She is sure to become one of your very favorite fiction authors by the end of the first chapter." --Chuck Holton
Former U.S. Army Black Beret and best-selling author of A More Elite Soldier
"Windle tells a disturbingly credible story. When this gripping story is finished, it will leave you more than a bit worried." --Clyde D. Taylor
Former U. S. Ambassador to Paraguay
"It is said that truth is stranger than fiction but Windle's fiction is so convincing that one hopes desperately that her fiction cannot possibly become the truth." --Willard Dickerson
Former director of education, American Booksellers Association
As a child of missionary parents, Jeanette Windle grew up in the rural towns of Colombia, which are now guerrilla hot zones. Her detailed research and writing is so realistic that it has prompted government agencies to question her to determine if she has received classified information. Jeanette spent fifteen years as a missionary in Bolivia and has more than ten books in print, including The DMZ, the best-seller CrossFire, and the Parker Twins series. Jeanette and her family currently reside in Miami, Fla.
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