by Marc Cameron
Book 7.6 in the Jericho Quinn series (2018)
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
It’s called the Triple Frontier—the volatile border zone between Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina, one of the most lawless and deadly regions in the world. It’s a corrupt sanctuary where drug lords, Middle Eastern terrorists, slave traders, and dozens of other violent gangs operate with little or no interference from the law. Drug running and human smuggling are common, creating a zone where the authorities have all but stopped trying to enforce the law.
For special agent Jericho Quinn, it’s the crossroads of hell. Especially when his younger brother Bo gets caught in the fire. Enlisted to protect the son of an IT mogul on a South American trip, Bo and his crew disappear after being kidnapped by a ruthless cartel. Jericho amasses a cartel of his own to take on the most vicious criminals on earth—far from home, without U.S. government sanction, and without mercy. A ransom note comes in, seeking $3 million, only to be trumped by another offer of five million. Could rival cartels be using Bo and his clients as pawns in a larger battle?
When an unexpected individual shows up to offer Jericho added support, the mission takes on an entirely different quality. Jericho advances into the unknown in hopes of trying to clean up the mess that is this hostage situation without alerting the formal authorities. Mess with the bull, you get the horns. Jericho Quinn style.