A South-of-the Border Novel of Suspense

      “John Fairweather’s Border Crossings finds John in Mexico having fled a family tragedy, romantic failure, and a lost sense of history. With a dead father, an unfaithful fiancé, and a fascination with his confederate ancestors, John steers his Mercury Capri south in 1974, where in Mexico City he encounters Tom, his ex-hippie artist mentor; Angie, a hedonistic child of the 70s who is Tom’s lover and John’s temptress; McNapp, the Mafia’s manager in Mexico who professes knowledge of President Kennedy’s assassination; and a host of burnt-out, dying-of-age characters from the 60s. This south of the border mixture of violence, sex and pathos explodes into the violent enigma that is Mexico. Border Crossings is a prime example of a novel that is easy to pick up, and hard to put down!”
      —The Midwest Book Review