Paranormal Events Haunt Mexicali Drug Cartel Quentin Tarantino meets the X-Files in the summer's must-read eBook
NORTH TUSTIN, Calif., July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Author Wally Runnels has delivered an action-packed, paranormal thriller with a $2.99 Amazon price point that's making it one of the summer's must-read novels.
Rocky is how people know him. Only the doctors at the Navy Hospital in San Diego know his last name. He's a disabled Marine Corps sergeant who lost his left arm working with the CIA in Macao. That was then. Now he's a professional assassin who does wet work for the Mexicali drug cartel.
He's been paid to track down a rebellious member of the cartel. The search leads to the In-Ko-Pah Mountains, an isolated region on the Mexican/American border. Both the hunter and the hunted soon confront the ominous presence that inhabits the In-Ko-Pahs.
Learn more at www.wallyrunnels.com.
Wally was born in San Diego, traveled extensively through Mexico and Latin America. He was raised on the border at his family's ranch, whose original deed was recorded in 1870. Hanging out between two countries, he met a lot of unusual people: Hollywood types, Border Patrol Officers, professional trackers, smugglers, and people he won't mention by name.
He'll remind you no matter how weird a story can get, it'll contain some grain of truth.
Title: The In-Ko-Pah Spirit
Author: Wally Runnels
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
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