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A widely-praised piece of investigative reporting examining the journey of 26 men who in May 2001 attempted to cross the Mexican border into the desert of Southern Arizona through the region known as the Devil's Highway. So harsh and desolate that even the Border Patrol is afraid to travel through it, the Highway has claimed the lives of countless men and women - in May 2001 it claimed 14 more. History of high acclaim from the author of The Hummingbird's Daughter.
|Publication date:||19th September 2005|
|Author:||Luis Alberto Urrea|
|Publisher:||Back Bay Books an imprint of Little, Brown & Company|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Politics & government, Migration, immigration & emigration, Crime & criminology,|
Luis Alberto Urrea is the author of several award-winning books inc. The Hummingbird's Daughter and Into the Beautiful North. His many prizes include and Edgar and he's also the recipient of a citation of excellence from the American Library Association. He is a member of the Latino Literary Hall of FameMore About Luis Alberto Urrea