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The Russian continues Thomas Nichols’ fact-based novels of the border wars along the southern boundary of the United States. Beginning with Color of the Prism, continuing with We Were Young Once . . ., and concluding with the third of these spellbinding stories, Nichols’ readers experience an insider’s view of the cartel-controlled human and drug trafficking.
In The Russian, New Mexico State Trooper Enrique (Ricky) Basurto joins other local, state, and federal agents in the Multi-Agency Human and Controlled Substance Interdiction Task Force. Focused along the desolate NM Hwy. 9 from Columbus to Animas, Ricky and his colleagues face the dangers of the powerful cartels, their heavily armed militias, the Russian Mafia, and the innocent men, women, and children who are their victims.
The near-ghost town of Hachita, New Mexico, is the bull’s eye in the war. It is here in the remote Chihuahua desert where life and death intersect, bringing about unexpected challenges to Ricky and his colleagues’ professionalism, ethics, and personal goals and fears.
Multiple award-winning author Thomas J. Nichols continues his fact-based accounts of the Border War Series with “We Were Young Once …” Following the success of “Color of the Prism,” this second in the series continues the Castenada/Basurto families’ dedication of stemming the flood of human and drug trafficking.
Centered in the near ghost town of Hachita, New Mexico, “We Were Young Once …,” brings the reader into the Chihuahua desert where the federal/state task force comes face-to-face with the victims and perpetrators of the Juarez and Sinaloa cartels.
A Writers’ Digest review described Nichols’ writing “…what impressed me was the verisimilitude, the sense of being taken into a story by an author who really had been there and done that.”
Someone is killing the citizens of Hildebrandt, Texas, and carving perplexing numbers on the bodies. Police Officer Marla Adams has never wanted to be the lead investigator of a major crime, but when her father, the police chief, struggles with mental illness and second in command, her husband Detective Crosby Adams, battles his own demons with drugs and alcohol, she is pressed to take control. Everyone expects her to fail.
Marla charges headlong to save her community from destruction and chases leads near home, across Texas, and halfway around the globe to Montenegro. But Marla is losing the battle and her will. The town is right. They're doomed. She doesn't stand a chance of finding the killer.
Until a secret is revealed. One that might break the case wide open and place her squarely in the sights of the monster taking lives in her backyard.
Officer Remo Wolf is on the run. Can he prove his innocence before the assassins kill him?
Remo Wolf is a Chicago Police Officer haunted by memories of his tour in Afghanistan. Alcohol and his partner, Bobby Lynch, help soothe the rough edges. When Bobby is killed in a late-night ambush, Remo’s troubles escalate. With drugs in Bobby’s system and alcohol in Remo’s, the Police department publicly denounces them, leaving Remo ostracized and the search for his partner’s murderer consigned to oblivion.
When the police discover Bobby’s slaying is not an isolated incident, Remo is offered a chance at redemption as an undercover police officer and hunt those responsible for the assassinations. In an unnerving twist, Remo is framed for murder with a manipulated video, revealing his undercover identity. The roles have reversed, and he is now the hunted.
Maggie McCall is an ambitious Assistant State’s Attorney while hiding a romantic relationship with Remo Wolf from the public. Can she turn against him? A high-profile case capturing and convicting Wolf can propel her to the next level of her career.
On the run, Wolf must outwit the police, his paramour, the State’s Attorney’s office, and the assassins while searching for the only thing that can prove his innocence – the unmanipulated video.
Book Four of the Cardwell Ranch Stories, Lakota, Hero Horse, begins with the Cardwell twins' tenth birthday party, a Christmas parade with their friends, and Christmas vacation with their grandparents. The story tells of gentle family celebrations, a "Charlie Brown" scrawny tree, hummingbird totem poles, and a courageous rescue by Lakota.
Meet the twin's group of friends, the Cansler's horses, Buster and Bobcat, and the grandparents who have also lived a rancher's life.