From New Mexico, the land of enchantment, and its history of mighty men comes a modern tale of conflict
Deborah “Stones” Jackson at the ripe, old age of 31 had thought she was done with the covert life. The gut shot during the op in Eastern Afghanistan, compounded by the care of the Jalalabad hospital, had nearly killed her. Ralph, her boss at Black Sail in Maryland, had finally gotten her to Germany for emergency care. Then he sent her back to New Mexico to recover. She wasn’t sure she’d be going back.
But a calling rarely lets up, and Stones was meant for combat. The new foe was devious, coming up from Chihuahua, with support in surprising places. She’d never been faced with traitorous Americans, amazing wealth, and the sheer nastiness of an oppressed people demanding freedom.
Cut off from the East with no resources, Deborah discovers that God has a plan for her which she never could have dreamed—far beyond her wildest imaginations. She’d have to deal with her mother, who was a legendary assassin?!
Deborah "Stones" Jackson cannot believe what has happened or what she will be required to do for her parents or her country. Somehow, assassin had not figured large in her plans. But she's been a black ops warrior for several years when the surprise of an unresisted invasion overruns her town, state, and region.
Aztlan has been talked about by radical Mexican immigrants for years, but now it happens. You shouldn't be surprised.