BORDERLINES by Axel Madsen

BORDERLINES

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South of the border (which is being electronically monitored for any illegal traffic, whether in wetbacks or national antiquities), down Mexico way, three graduate students have been hired to smuggle in a pre-Columbian Peten Itza by a corrupt Washington, D.C., art dealer who has a museum sale in mind. Nothing special but easily written for the hour it takes to cover the ground from hasta to luego.

Pub Date: May 26th, 1975
Publisher: Macmillan