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From the San Diego Union-Tribune:
“Two deaths catalyze a suspenseful unraveling of secrets and lies … A colorful portrayal of border life, depicting cultural traditions and superstitions that mingle half-heartedly with modern customs in the hot, dusty towns along the invisible divide.”
From the Chicago Tribune:
“Written with skill and courage … Palmer does the big scenes as perfectly as the small. She makes you believe that she knows exactly what it’s like to live through a flash fire in a canyon, and how it smells and feels to be packed inside a small van in a reckless journey toward the remote possibility of a job in America.”
From the Rocky Mountain News:
“A fascinating look at race and family, loyalty and allegiance … at lives that straddle borders both physical and figurative. Fast and engaging.”