On the cover of this month's Indie Next list is
The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches From the Border, by Francisco Cantú
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“Cantú personalizes the U.S.-Mexican border and all of its complexity in a way I’ve never seen. His writing is beautiful, with haunting and detailed descriptions of the desert, the immigrants, the cartels, and his own fears about violence and identity confusion. The criminalization of searching for a better life and the dehumanization of the process is looked at from several angles, and his journalistic approach does not make judgments, but clearly tells the facts. A great new writer to follow.”
—Pat Marsello, Bookworks, Albuquerque, NM
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Jessica Fellowes is the author of several bestselling books on Downton Abbey, and the first in her new mystery series, The Mitford Murders, is available now. In this video Jessica speaks about how class difference affects character in her mystery, and how her faith in people infuses the life of her sleuth.
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