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Our Lady of the North

by James C. Mitchell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 096734977X, Paperback)

Somebody is killing immigration lawyer Carla Baca's clients. She hires Brinker to investigate, setting up his most dangerous case ever. From Tucson to Mexico to parts of Los Angeles that tourists seldom see, Brinker follows leads in seemingly-unrelated murders, before stumbling into mass killings in the southwestern desert. Two-time Shamus Award nominee James C. Mitchell delivers the best Brinker yet, marked by the colorful characters, shrewd plotting and on-target detail that earned the Brinker series rave reviews.

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Somebody is killing immigration lawyer Carla Baca's clients. She hires Brinker to investigate, setting up his most dangerous case ever. From Tucson to Mexico to parts of Los Angeles that tourists seldom see, Brinker follows leads in seemingly-unrelated murders, before stumbling into mass killings in the southwestern desert. Two-time Shamus Award nominee James C. Mitchell delivers the best Brinker yet, marked by the colorful characters, shrewd plotting and on-target detail that earned the Brinker series rave reviews.… (more)

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