By Craig McDonald
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The information is stuffed with it; escalating tensions from unlawful immigration, headless our bodies striking off bridges, and bounties put on lawmen on either side of the border. New Austin, Ohio, is a city grappling with waves of undocumented staff who exert large strain on faculties, police, and town providers. in the middle of the turmoil, 3 very other forms of law enforcement officials scramble to take care of keep watch over and impose order.
But the rape and homicide of a Mexican American lady triggers a brutal chain of occasions that threatens to go away no survivors.El Gavilan is a unique of moving alliances and whiplash switchbacks. households are divided and careers and lives threatened. Friendships and beliefs are confirmed and budding amorous affairs challenged. With its topical topics, shades-of- grey characters, and darkish canvas, El Gavilan is a unique for our charged times.
Craig McDonald, writer of the across the world acclaimed Hector Lassiter sequence, is an award-winning journalist, editor, and fiction author. His brief fiction has seemed in literary magazines and anthologies. His fiction and nonfiction have earned him nominations for the Edgar, Anthony, Macavity, and Gumshoe awards. He is living in Ohio