a thriller developed from true events of gang and terrorist activities along our southern borders.
if your 17 year old granddaughter had just graduated from high school and she was kidnapped? You begged for help from
the authorities and they gave nothing but excuses. What would you do?
tourism and a booming economy, the once prosperous and carefree border town welcomed visitors for cheap beer, loud music and
good food. Yet Nuevo Laredo today exists as a security nightmare, home of heartbreaking drug violence and lost lives.
"Silver or lead" is the new code in Mexico. Pay up or die.
The killing began at
a rate of about two a week, but the pace over the last decade has increased to about two per day. Dozens, if not hundreds
of people, have been kidnapped, many tortured or killed outright. Bodies disappear into vats of acid or improvised incinerators.
at every turn by the political posturing of bureaucrats, both in Washington D.C. and Mexico, Jerrod and his friends trace
the hostages' location. The hardened veteran drafts his wartime brothers to execute his plan, they must not only
rescue the teens, but also minimize their own profiles. The mission is not authorized by any government, and any mistake
could result in prison or death.
Beaten and almost killed as he tries to find the girls, Jerrod
has to decide if the mission is worth the lives of his friends. They were once soldiers, young men with high ideals
that were stripped raw by the horrors of war. Will they be willing to risk everything again?
the rescue unfolds, Jerrod discovers that government agents have been playing both sides, reaping substantial profits from
the drug trade they supposedly battle. Jerrod is unwilling pulled further into the nightmare. Will he be able
to expose the corrupt agents before it is too late?