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Crimson Doublecross

Nothing is Sacred, not even Death


Drug war doublecrosses, family divisions, and mysterious piano concertos converge during Dia de los Muertos observances at a cartel prison near Matamoros, Mexico.

FBI undercover agent Bear Kotah is held for ransom at the prison, and drug lord

El Chapo could destroy his entire family unless he is stopped. The action unfolds in a bizarre charade of betrayals and executions during annual los Muertos festivities.

Arch Gibson has storytelling in his DNA.  Always a man of letters and a true student of history, his work is absorbing and a pleasure to read.

Noel Quinn, loyal reader of the Bear Kotah series


Mr. Gibson's writing style is a cross between Louis L'Amour and W.E.B. Griffin.

Ray Sockwell, Jr.  SgtMaj, USMC (Ret)


Gibson, a talented storyteller, spins his tale with a level of assurance that keeps the reader with him.

Kirkus Reviews


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