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Hawker infiltrates a human trafficking operation at the Mexican border.
In a forgotten town on the wrong side of Texas, James Hawker stumbles into a fetid dive bar. The most dangerous vigilante in America is blind drunk, and stinks of mescal. He begs the bartender for help getting back across the border, and the man obliges - for a fee. He introduces Hawker to a pair of toughs, who chain him up in the back of a truck and begin the long trip north. Hawker has been captured by a modern-day slaving outfit - and it's exactly what he had in mind. Hawker's nationwide war against organized crime has led him to Houston, where the land barons of Texas have found a way to save money on labor: Capture vagrants in Mexico and put them to work as field hands - and worse. To break the slave ring, Hawker has placed himself right in the line of fire. Houston Attack is the fifth book in the Hawker series, but you may enjoy listening to the series in any order.
©1985 Dell Publishing Co., Inc.; This edition published in 2015 by Open Road Integrated Media, Inc. (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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By Rondal on 10-12-16

Great story, lots of action in this one.

loved it, packed with action. No time for women this story but still one to save.

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By Cheryl on 09-16-16

Can't believe this is the same author!

This was pretty bad. I can't believe it's the same Randy Wayne White who writes two of my all-time favorite series, Doc Ford and Hannah Smith!

The plot was okay, but the dialogue was HORRIBLE!

Yeesh, I can't recommend this to anyone. Thank God he improved!

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