Archive for April 12th, 2017
The story begins when Héctor tells Lilia that he’s seen a man in the village who may be a link to their missing daughter. The man, Emanuel, had arranged for an uncle to take Lilia and Alejandra into Texas. Alejandra had been left with a female coyote – as those who smuggle humans across the border are known – who was supposed to meet up with Lilia. She never did.
You can read my review of Michel Stone’s Border Child, in the April 16 edition of the News & Observer, by clicking the image below.
You can buy Michel Stone’s Border Child at Barnes & Noble