Triple Crossing (Paperback)
Mulholland Books, 9780316105224, 416pp.
Publication Date: August 14, 2012
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Praise For Triple Crossing…
"This is one of the most accomplished first novels I have ever read. Triple Crossing is full of dangers, deep characters and a story writ on a grand scale."
"An honest and engrossing journey into a world of violence and corruption....Rotella knows how the police work, how the criminals operate and how bribes and violence subvert the law. He employs a journalist's sharp eye and a novelist's deft touch to give us a rich portrait of the sights, smells, sounds, beauties, and dangers of life south of the border."
"A remarkable first novel....The pounding action scenes are driven by Rotella's ferocious prose style."
-New York Times Book Review
"A devastating tale of drug trafficking and corruption. Anyone who has spent time crossing between San Diego and Tijuana will recognize the sharp and accurate picture that Rotella has created in these pages....The reader will be racing along through the pages of Rotella's novel at near break-neck speed."
-Dallas Morning News
"Excellent....Rotella's story opens a window into the true globalization of the business of crime."
-Los Angeles Times
"Sure to please...The action never stops."
-Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Superb fiction debut....Unflinching views of a double agent's harrowing life, a violence-drenched Mexican jail, and the wild border areas complement the provocative plot."
"A strongly choreographed, authentically detailed, and sharply funny tale of cultural complexity and raging global criminality."
"A fast-paced thriller that rings true to the real story behind the political posturing over the drug war, illegal immigration, and border security."
"Rotella's crime drama captures the feel of the rampant corruption that is the stuff of headlines in the United States and Mexico. This should satisfy readers far beyond the border."
"Rotella's profound understanding of the many hidden worlds of the border takes this thriller into the realms of nightmare and exquisite terror."
-author of Into the Beautiful North