The border between Washington State and Canada is crawling with drug smugglers, illegal immigrants and renegade dairy farmers in this slyly humorous satirical novel. Brandon Vanderkool, a slightly autistic, remarkably artistic, innocent border patrol agent, only wants to track birds and build Andy Goldsworthy type sculptures but the criminals keep getting in the way.
Border Songs by Jim Lynch
Reviewed by: Arsen
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