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In this audiobook there are continuing and interwoven subplots packed full with passion, drama, love lost and regained, moral dilemma, brotherhood, and suspense, always sandwiched by more action.
Tecate Peak traces the ebb and flow, the frenzy and the calm that is the day to day life of Harry Dugan, a cop from a family of cops who proves to be the epitome of the old adage “no good deed goes unpunished”, who finds himself, a middle aged man, jettisoned from a promising career in law enforcement and a 10-year happy marriage, with the requisite rose covered cottage in the New England countryside.
Haunted by the appearance of wrongdoing on the job, and a one-night affair that didn't happen, banished by his wife, who says she still loves him, and betrayed by the man who was like a brother to him, his partner, his friend, Harry stumbles blindly into a world that's new to him.
Now, over 40, starting from scratch in a place he's never been, 3,000 miles away from everything that is dear to him, his only lifeline is an old wrinkled slip of paper with a man's name and phone number, a man who is the cousin of his former friend and might help him find work in San Diego.
There is an array of fascinating characters sprinkled throughout this audiobook. Among those are “Phil the Mill” Bradshaw, the boss and dispatcher of SCABS (Southern California Border Security,) and their co-agents, who earned the nickname by being a constant source of paperwork, a “paper mill”, and Harry's new partner, Jake McGinnis, who has the potential to form another brotherhood bond, or because of an incident he observes with an undocumented immigrant guide, to destroy what's left of Harry's honor and potential in life.