The Travelers Walt Long

ISBN: 9781440497483

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The Travelers  by  Walt Long

The Travelers by Walt Long
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Its late summer of 1986 in multi-cultural New Mexico, and the escalating problem of illegal immigration is nearing a crisis level. The nation is demanding some sort of effective reform, while anti-immigration hate groups are beginning to appear inMoreIts late summer of 1986 in multi-cultural New Mexico, and the escalating problem of illegal immigration is nearing a crisis level. The nation is demanding some sort of effective reform, while anti-immigration hate groups are beginning to appear in frightening numbers. Just as congress is nearing passage of the Mazzoli-Simpson Immigration Reform Act - which will grant amnesty to an estimated three million illegals - Henry Mickey McAllister sets into motion his audacious plan to smuggle large numbers of wetbacks across the border from Ciudad Juarez into the tranquil Rio Grande Valley.

Things become complicated when Mickey falls in love with an attractive young immigrant while two maniacal rednecks embark on a racially motivated killing spree. The explosive climax is a virtual sub-plot to the emotional and moral roller coaster of simple people grappling with bigger-than-life issues.



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