Immigrant Song

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Book Description

After making an inflammatory anti-government speech, Ricky must escape his homeland and make his way through Central America to Colorado while dodging immigration patrols and a death sentence if he’s caught and deported. He hires a guide named Ledesma, and in the group he’s traveling with is another young immigrant named Maria. They fall in love, but problems arise in order to pay her way, Maria has promised another type of compensation at the journeys end. Together, she and Ricky must find a way to avoid this as they make the hazardous trip to a country that's not what it appears to be.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jon Schafer

Jon Schafer (Born February 21st, 1965) is an artist, a writer, and used to design amusement parks, casinos, and family entertainment centers as well as running his own architectural design firm. He loves to write and has traveled around the world, so he uses a lot of his life's experience in the background of his books. He served in the Marine Corps, and although he would never do it again in a million years, cherishes every minute and memory of that time. His first book, Dead Air, is number one of a four book Zombie apocalypse series, with Dead Calm coming out soon. His second book, Immigrant Song, takes a hard look at illegal immigration but with a twist. He is a Master Diver and Dive Master through PADI, so to be near some of the best diving in the world he currently resides in St. Petersburg, Florida. When you buy one of his books, please rate it. He relies on his customers to tell him how they liked his work and doesn't have family and friends flesh out his reviews.