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Reviewed by Lorena Sanqui for Readers' Favorite
The Midlake Indian Band’s smuggling business was going very well and under the radar until they killed two Border Patrol agents with an archery weapon that was linked to the killing of an Afghan tribal leader. Now the FBI is involved and the Indian’s business is being closely monitored. Joseph Branson is the leader of the Midlake Band and the former Grand Chief of the Federation of Okanagan, Shuswap and Similkameen Tribal Aboriginal People. He is a very high profile man and an avid advocate of Indian rights and land claims, so no one would think that he deals with smuggling and other illegal activities. How will the FBI battle this group and find justice in Nighthawk Crossing by C. Edgar North.
Nighthawk Crossing is an extensive and comprehensive story of how the smuggling between borders works. Human trafficking, drugs, arms dealing and anything that can be smuggled was mentioned in the novel. C. Edgar North is very detailed and thorough in describing the scenes of this novel; other parts were even so technical it was a little challenging to understand them. Janet and her team were good at their job, but they find themselves losing most of the time against Joseph. Joseph and his band were an intelligent group, always finding ways to evade the law enforcement agencies. It was an excellent match between the two groups and the outcome was good. The ending was complete and not a cliffhanger, but I think more will happen. Overall, it was a fine, action packed and thrilling read.