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The death of their sister hit them hard. She had been missing for a short time, but when her husband was taken into police custody it had sealed her fate. There were rumours that Diego Sanchez had been consorting with narco-criminals, laundering money, and sheltering cartel hit men, and his incarceration had doomed them all. She left behind three children, but whispers of a hit on the entire bloodline had been suggested, showing that wealth and power offered no protection from the reach of the cartel. Eduardo de la Vega, a well known surgeon, and his brother, Teodoro, a Jesuit priest, vow they will protect their city. But what can they hope to accomplish against the overpowering and all encompassing cartel? Enjoy the thrill and revel in the journey in Frederick L. Malphurs' A Year in the Life of Dr. Fox.
A Year in the Life of Dr. Fox is a surprisingly steady-paced tale of vendetta, revenge, justice, love and war. Complex characters, flawed and righteous, set the dialogue and character-driven plot into motion. A battle few in Mexico would engage in begins, and it will take you on an action-packed roller-coaster ride. It is evident that a lot of time and effort has gone into the writing of this book. Frederick L. Malphurs has clearly taken great care to avoid common traps when writing in a genre with a historical viewpoint, and carefully expresses the culture and accurately portrays the time line, adding intricacies to really enhance the reader's experience. If you're looking for an entertaining read filled with love, honour, struggles, conflict, and kinship, then look no further.