The dangers facing U.S. Border Patrol Agents while policing our frontier are brought to life in Allan Winneker’s Border Line, a story of murder, kidnapping and the footprints that drug trafficking leave on the lives of those brave people locked in the battle to protect us.
Rusty Powell is one of these heroes. His personal ordeal dramatically impacts those individuals his life touches on both sides of the border. Richard Martinez, an FBI agent with a Mexican heritage of his own, risks his life and career to rescue Powell from the grip of a violent drug cartel and the forces of nature to bring the nightmare to an end.
Border Line is Allan Winneker’s fourth work of fiction. He became interested in the subject after learning of the many dangers faced by the U.S. Border Patrol.
Winneker, a native of Philadelphia, enjoyed a 38-year career in marketing management before retiring to begin writing novels and enjoying life with his wife Betty on Callawassie Island. The Winnekers have two sons and three grandchildren. Allan’s first novel, The Expatriate, was published in 2002.
Allen Winneker will be signing copies of Border Line at Barnes & Noble in Savannah on Saturday, November 9th, starting at noon. The store is located at 7804 Abercorn Ext. 72. For more information, call 912-353-7757.