Cowboys and Indians
Imagine in 1880 a South Texas rancher perfects a plot to smuggle sacred cattle from India to improve his herd. Now imagine one hundred years later when the Indian descendants arrive in Brownsville, Texas, to fulfill their obligation to avenge their ancestors and sacred cattle. The Cameron County judge is a target of the Indians, being the heir of the rancher that smuggled the cattle. The drug cartels, drug violence, Mexico, South Texas, and the Rio Grande River afford the perfect setting for the book. It is the perfect time in history for the young Indians to carry out their destiny, with strict new gun laws and feuding Mexican drug cartels.