By Alvin Edward Moore
SEE "PRAISE FOR THIS BOOK" BELOW.
Order from Sunstone: (800) 243-5644
or Your INDEPENDENT BOOKSELLER
or PURCHASE eBOOK EDITION
BUY FROM AMAZON
Smugglers, illegal aliens, shoot-outs and pretty women offering bribes were all a part of the daily life of early Border Patrol officers in the American West, specifically the border area between Arizona and Mexico. The time is the 1920s and the problems are still the same: danger, intrigue and death came with the territory as members of the U.S. Border Patrol tried to enforce the law along the narrow strip of land that separates the two countries. There is non-stop action as agents hunt down criminals, chase fugitives and go underground to break up a smuggling ring.
Alvin Edward Moore was a member of the U.S. Border Patrol on the Arizona-Mexico boundary between 1926 and 1928 and this book is based on his personal experiences. A retired naval officer and patent attorney, Moore also served with the CIA. He was formerly an American vice-consul in Mexico and has published four books and numerous short stories, articles and poems.
PRAISE FOR THIS BOOK
Secure Movie & TV Rights
Inside This Book
5 1/2 x 8 1/2