The Rules of Wolfe

The Rules of Wolfe

A Border Noir

Book - 2013
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Eddie Gato Wolfe leaves his family gun-running business in Texas and crosses into Mexico to work security for a drug cartel where he falls in love with a gangster's girlfriend and flees with her into the dangerous Sonoran Desert.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : The Mysterious Press, 2013.
ISBN: 9780802121295
Branch Call Number: FIC BLAKE, JAMES
Characteristics: 258 p. ; 22 cm.


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Aug 12, 2013

I just discovered the "border noir" genre. This one has a lot of violence in it. I would not recommend it for young adults, but it is of interest to adults. It was hard to put down, filled with action, but it reached a point of being disturbing somewhat. I had to know how it ended, so I finished it, but it left me feeling up tight. If you like the shoot em up kinds of novels, you'll love this one. If you want a story of the violence of Mexico, this is it. It also portrays some cartel or gang style situations. I found it rather scary. But it was very well written. Sounded real to me, and that's probably what scared me.


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