Crossing Lines

Crossing Lines by Pamela Ellen Ferguson 0996667903 9780996667906
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" I really enjoyed Crossing Lines. Such a rich weave of chilling story, shimmering descriptions of the environment, humor and suspense. And I love the way sudden phrases or images jump out. Very well done "ANGELA NEUSTATTER - London based author and journalist and frequent contributor to The Guardian and The IndependentIn this fast paced thriller, Austin based architect "Buzzy" McBride is thrown into a sleuth role when her converted rail yard home on the banks of Lady Bird Lake becomes a crime scene after a grisly murder. Fearing an unknown youth was butchered in a case of mistaken identity as revenge for an investigative report her late brother - hard hitting TV personality Hugh McBride - produced about the Mexican cartels, she races to locate her nephew Rory who is missing. The murder leads Buzzy across Austin and the Border to unravel a web of family secrets in a West Texas/Mexico land inheritance dispute rooted in the Spanish colonial era. Tech-savvy Buzzy quickly applies her creative, forensic, and land- use policy know-how to peel away her brothers polyamorous past to resolve the crime. She is helped by an eccentric cast of characters - Grace Colvin, her sharp-witted African-American lawyer, Sister Colleen, a tough Irish nun who runs Border sanctuaries for undocumented youth, Isabel Ramirez, a Del Rio cafe owner with eyes on both sides of the Border, and Austin PD homicide detective, the poetic Eddie Zuniga.

Author: Pamela Ellen Ferguson

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 194

Publisher: Border Coombe Press

Publication Date: 2020-11-02


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