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Send More Idiots Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBIJuarez, Mexico, is murder city, so it's not surprising when an American real estate broker vanishes there without a trace The only person who shows any interest in his disappearance is his brother, Jon Oddly, Jon seems intent on trying to go missing himself than he is in actually figuring out what happened to his sibling Within a matter of days, Jon is Send More Epub / sucked into the violent and darkly humorous web of cartel warlords and freetrade profiteers in which his brother was tangled up As he dodges threats in El Paso and across the river in Juarez, Jon is aided by an alcoholic Iraq War veteran, a disgraced narcotics detective and a local tejanaall of whom have scores of their own to settle with the narcotraficantes Jon finds himself strangely drawn by the danger and flux of the borderland, and he soon realizes that smack in the middle of a raging drug war might be the only place he's ever felt truly alivebut the longer he stays, the likely he is to be added to the rapidly mounting body countFastpaced, frightening, and at times hilarious, Send More Idiots is ripped straight from today's headlines about one of the most bizarre frontiers in the world.


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  1. Suzanne Suzanne says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBIA very visual tale, this would make a great movie. The characters are well-drawn with unique voices serving their own needs to carry the story forward. And this is a wild yarn; just when you think you've got the players figured out, a few more are added to the mix. If the details became a bit too confusing at times, not to worry, the author's sense of the bizarre would kick in and smooth things out again. This does seem ripe for the Coen brothers to film.


  2. S. Valentine S. Valentine says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB ٠Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBIThis book had me hooked instantly. I love the gritty, smart, insightful writing style, and had to know what happened to the main character Jon’s brother. I particularly enjoyed reading about the Mexican cartels, El Paso, and Juarez. A book that can provide knowledge on things in this world, as well as entertaining are amongst my faves. Anyone who enjoys gangster related novels, especially my fave Savages, will enjoy this. I would read another book from this author, for sure.


  3. J Killer J Killer says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBIHmmmm. A kinapping in Mexico, huh? Sounds like ground we've covered before with Savages and Man On Fire etc, right? This story starts off with a first-person account of an American real estate broker getting abducted in Juarez (aka Murder City) just across the Rio Grande from El Paso. Despite the familiar predicament, the reader can tell right away that this author is going to be describing this familiar plot from a highly unusual angle. The Mex


  4. Corrine Wick Corrine Wick says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBII related to this book's cental theme about using external tragedy for personal reasons. Great writing, wonderful dialogue! Never thought I'd enjoy a book about Juarez, but I did.

    So here's the set-up: An American real estate broker (Chris) gets kidnapped in Juarez, Mexico and his brother, Jon, comes down to look for him. Sounds pretty simple, right? Wrong. Jon and his brother have a virtually non-existent relation


  5. Mike Halpern Mike Halpern says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBIThis was my first read of 2015, and it sure kicked the year off with a bang. The book opens with the best line I've read in a long time, and it takes off from there.

    Without giving too much away (it is a mystery after all), the story revolves around the kidnapping of an American real estate broker in Juarez, Mexico. Because of how run-of-the-mill kidnappings are in Mexico, the authorities and the kidnapped man's family give up the search after just a week or so. That's when the kidnapped man's brother (Jon, a corporate lawyer from Denver) arrives on the scene in El Paso, Texas, just across the border from Juarez. It becomes obvious fairly quickly that Jon is


  6. Cass Jones Cass Jones says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBISavages + No Country for Old Men + Fletch = this book. Loved it!


  7. Diane Diane says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBISend More Idiots is a novel by an award-winning journalist who experienced life on both sides of the border in El Paso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico. Steeped in this background,


  8. Laura Zimmerman Laura Zimmerman says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBIGreat characters, including the character and odd charm of El Paso and Juarez. The author really captured the essence of living life and running into unforeseen adventures in the Sun City. The story moves at a perfect pace, with dynamic dialog and good action. I would have liked a more dramatic ending, but it really was the only reasonable outcome. Looking forward to more books by Tony Perez-Giese.


  9. Chrissy Walker Chrissy Walker says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBIWhile tearing through this book, I couldn't stop thinking about what a great movie it would make! I'm sure authors hate hearing that, but this book was so incredibly visual and the characters so vivid that I couldn't help seeing it spool out in my mind's movie theater.

    The plot is pretty simple: A man's younger brother gets kidnapped in Juarez, Mexico, so the man (Jon) goes down to the border to try and figure out what happened. The twist here is that the brothers actually kind of hate each other, so nobod


  10. Laura Laura says:

    Send More Idiots ePUB Ù Send More Epub / send mobile, more pdf, idiots kindle, Send More book, Send More IdiotsSend More Idiots MOBII really enjoyed this book, but probably not for the same reason most people will. Although I loved the plot, the characters and the setting (it's weird, but even though the author described El Paso as a real armpit, the book still makes me think it would be a cool place to visit)


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