A Body of Conflict


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With speculation running amok in Mexico, deaths mounting and refugees seeking asylum in Canada, the Canadian Intelligence Secret Service known as CISS, send Special Agent, Bonnie Macleod to investigate the rumoured overthrow of the Mexican government by uniting drug cartels.
Bonnie knows all too well the dangers she will face once inside that hostile territory but she anxiously anticipates meeting her prey, Alonso Salazar, head of the infamous Salazar family.
She transforms into Isabel Montoya, a vibrant and seductive woman and puts any qualms she may have about morals and ethics into abeyance. Her chameleon-like abilities make her a formidable hunter and her addiction to the thrill of danger keeps her in play long after her cover is blown. What she cannot foresee is her attraction to the powerful and wealthy military General, Ricardo Macias, who seems willing to provide the cartels with the influence and muscle needed to set up the puppet regime. Like a junkie to heroin, she seeks refuge at his ranch and submits to his justice.
Penny Alcott, a retired school teacher living in a small rural neighbourhood in Mexico, takes pleasure in her simple life now dictated by dogs and gardens. When Isabel Montoya moves
into the house next door, her life changes in unimaginable ways. Out of her element, she must fight to survive and the scars force her to question who she is and what she has become. Her world of sunny beaches and margaritas turns into the dust filled streets of the starving dogs.

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