Nate Hunter has no desire to visit Chiapas, Mexico. It’s 1993, dawn of the Internet Age, and his star as a brilliant computer engineer is on the rise. But his wife, Sarah, a dedicated nurse, wants to save the world. Invited to join a mission trip to the village of Mirador, deep in the Lacandon Jungle, she decides she’s going, and Nate won’t let her go alone. He knows the looming enactment of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is causing unrest among the campesinos and the government is cracking down on protests. The pastor leading the trip insists it’s safe, but beneath the surface calm, rebellion is brewing, and an army of peasants calling themselves Zapatistas is preparing for war. Ignoring red flags along the way, Nate realizes all to late that this adventure is a mistake – one of irrevocable consequence.
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The American West. Still a place for a new beginning. A man can make a life there…if he has the courage to take a stand. Disbarred and ashamed, Boston lawyer Jack Breen fears he’s lost a legacy hard-built over years in his field. Desperate from a string of bad months, he dipped into some cash he was holding for a client – just a loan, he’d pay it back. But the truth came out; a man on the rise quickly becomes a man on the skids. Jack hopes Arizona’s dusty, open borderlands hold the new beginning he so desperately needs. But a rekindled romance leaves him blind to the troubles that followed him way out to his promise land. Amidst echoes of hoofbeats and gunfire, he puts his life on the line.