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SENDERO by Max Tomlinson

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Sendero (Sendero Mysteries Book 1)

by Max Tomlinson
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Named one of the top 100 Indie novels of 2012 by Kirkus Reviews

“A vividly described journey through Peru’s underbelly as the narrative gains momentum, hurtling toward a dramatic climax.”…Kirkus Reviews

The Truth Doesn’t Always Set You Free

In 1987, the dirty war that will last twelve years and kill thirty thousand Peruvians finally reaches up through the Andean cloud forest for Nina and her family. Nina’s father is shot by soldiers, her mother raped, and her brother lost to the shadowy ranks of Shining Path guerrillas. And when Agustín Malqui, the village pastor, files a legal complaint against the military, it’s no surprise when he disappears in the middle of the night—just another casualty of the military regime.

Twenty-odd years later, Nina, now an officer in Cuzco’s tourist police, comes across a familiar name on the police printer that she scans daily for any trace of her long-lost brother. Agustín Malqui is alive. After spending years in a political prison, the broken pastor has been wandering the country, saving souls and drowning his demons in pisco. Nina tracks him down, only to lose him yet again in a police sweep of political malcontents. But before Malqui disappears, he tells her a drunken tale she can scarcely believe: that her brother Miguel is still alive.

Despite warnings and threats from her chief and the pleadings of her lover, an officer in Peru’s anti-terrorist branch, Nina presses on to find Malqui. Her search takes her through Peru’s underworld, from remote villages high in the Andes to the steaming jungle haunts of the narcotraficantes, and ultimately to a secret political prison in the altiplano, where she learns the truth about Malqui and her own vanished brother.

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Agent Maggie de la Cruz’s problems are just beginning when a high-ranking defector from Jihad Nation doesn’t show up for a secret meeting in Paris. Suicide bombers appear instead. And when the woman who snared Kafka, the defector, is killed in the attack it’s up to Maggie to assume the dead woman’s identity and lure him to the Agency’s side before he escapes to Iraq. Dismantling a billion-dollar Darknet operation funneling money to terrorists committing genocide hangs in the balance.

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Who can you trust in a country haunted by its past?

On the hunt for an abducted Indian beggar girl, Peruvian National Police officer Nina Flores is determined to track down the suspected kidnapper, a man who resembles what the locals call pishtacos: tall, pale ghosts who steal children. In spite of being jumped by a mysterious attacker, and the murder of a woman who gets too close to the truth, Nina is blocked at every turn by her superiors. Then she discovers links to a second case reaching back twenty years to the country’s dirty war. Defying the powers that be, Nina forms a shaky alliance with a member of a brutal drug cartel and heads deep into the Amazon jungle. She will bring the lost one home, or die trying.

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Who Sings To The Dead will undoubtedly be one of the top ten, literary, Indie thrillers of this year…”

“An engaging, fast passed adventure through Peru lead by an empathic yet tough character, Nina Flores. I couldn’t put this book down. I can’t wait to see the next mystery Nina unravels.”

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Max Tomlinson’s Sendero is Our eBook of the Day – “Elaborate and robust; a prime example of history and histrionics juggled with equal precision.” – Just $2.99 with 4.7 Stars on 16 Reviews, and Here’s a Free Sample

 

The Truth Doesn’t Always Set You Free

In 1987, the dirty war that will last twelve years and kill thirty thousand Peruvians finally reaches up through the Andean cloud forest for Nina and her family. Nina’s father is shot by soldiers, her mother raped, and her brother lost to the shadowy ranks of Shining Path guerrillas. And when Agustín Malqui, the village pastor, files a legal complaint against the military, it’s no surprise when he disappears in the middle of the night—just another casualty of the military regime.

Twenty-odd years later, Nina, now an officer in Cuzco’s tourist police, comes across a familiar name on the police printer that she scans daily for any trace of her long-lost brother. Agustín Malqui is alive. After spending years in a political prison, the broken pastor has been wandering the country, saving souls and drowning his demons in pisco. Nina tracks him down, only to lose him yet again in a police sweep of political malcontents. But before Malqui disappears, he tells her a drunken tale she can scarcely believe: that her brother Miguel is still alive.
Despite warnings and threats from her chief and the pleadings of her lover, an officer in Peru’s anti-terrorist branch, Nina presses on to find Malqui. Her search takes her through Peru’s underworld, from remote villages high in the Andes to the steaming jungle haunts of the narcotraficantes, and ultimately to a secret political prison in the altiplano, where she learns the truth about Malqui and her own vanished brother.

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From the reviewers:

“A vividly described journey through Peru’s underbelly as the narrative gains momentum, hurtling toward a dramatic climax.”…Kirkus Reviews

“Tomlinson’s princely, epic debut spans decades in a Peruvian family’s separation and reunion amid political unrest and terrorist atrocities. Elaborate and robust; a prime example of history and histrionics juggled with equal precision.” — Kirkus STAR Review

Strong, superbly researched and well written, mystery/action story. This is a solid adventure/mystery story made memorable by 1.) a detailed, well-researched look at contemporary Peru 2.) original, convincingly drawn characters 3.) clean, clear but sufficiently detailed – very good, really – prose that keeps you turning the pages.  –  C.M. Briggs

A great thriller–but more.  Both as a novel and as a thriller, the book did not disappoint.  I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in this part of the world [Peru], but also to anyone looking for a thoroughly engaging summer read.   –  Elise Miller

 

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Max Tomlinson is a Bay Area writer who has traveled extensively throughout South America. Sendero, a novel of suspense set in Peru, won the Kirkus Star.

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