Introducing George’s 23rd Novel
Texas Ranger Alfredo “Lobo” Diaz
By George Arnold
Texas Ranger Captain Alfredo “Lobo” Diaz, retired after 36 years in law enforcement, 30 as a Texas Ranger, writes the story of his Ranger career. Ably assisted as manuscript readers by Austin PD Lieutenant Craig Rylander, Craig’s wife, child psychologist Dr. Amy Rylander, and Navajo Shaman John Greycloud, Lobo recounts the unvarnished stories of his work against drug lords, child abusers, sex traffickers, corrupt public officials, and serial criminals.
Set where the action occurred—along the Texas border, in Mexico and Central America, and in several South American countries, Lobo’s recount explores the creative strategies he mastered in his three-decade fight against crime and corruption. Read more
Check out this book and 19 other novels by the author—nonfiction humor, mysteries, and international bilingual juvenile adventures in seven countries.
And featuring his first 22 as well.
Nine fun and funny semi-bilingual international adventures.
Nine page-turning detective mysteries
Two award-winning non-fiction humor
How-to book for writers who want to be published
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