Sworn to Protect

Sworn to Protect

Book - 2010
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Two years ago, her husband was shot and killed trying to help undocumented immigrants, the very people Danika, a Border Patrol agent, is responsible for deporting. His murder was never solved. Now a recent string of attacks and arrests leads Danika to believe her husband's death may have been part of a larger conspiracy, and it appears that she's the next target. With the help of the only person she can trust she searches for answers before more innocent lives are destroyed.
Publisher: Carol Stream, Ill. : Tyndale House, c2010.
ISBN: 9781414320519
Characteristics: 386 p. ;,21 cm.


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Apr 27, 2018

Good story, gives you an insight into the problems on the U.S.\Mexico border and the people living on both sides.

Jul 21, 2013

Although this is book 2 in the Call of Duty series, each book in the series can be read without knowledge of the others.
Sworn to Protect is primarily an exploration of some of the issues around illegal immigration. I didn't gain profound new insights, but I did find concrete illustrations of the arguments on several sides of the debate.
What I liked: The characters ask the right questions about those who are after them: Who is it? Is it one person or a conspiracy? What is their motivation? How did they find me? There's a romance, but the characters have to work through their own weaknesses before proceeding. I wasn't distracted by any glaring errors in plot or writing.
What I didn't like: There's a fair amount of Spanish in the book. As a beginner-level Spanish speaker, I was distracted by my attempts to translate. Although there was some description of the discomforts of life along the Rio Grande, I didn't feel transported into the environment (as I would, for example, in the writing of Jeannette Windle).


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Jul 21, 2013

Border Patrol agent Danika Morales is the target of violent attacks, and everyone around her is in danger.

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