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K.C. Fontero left New Mexico in the wake of a bitter break-up to take an academic fellowship in Texas. With a doctorate in sociology and expertise in white supremacist groups, she's on her way to an academic career. But a plea for help from her ex, Melissa, brings K.C. back to Albuquerque to find Melissa's troubled younger sister. Megan has disappeared with her white supremacist boyfriend and K.C. knows she has the expertise to track the mysterious group, and she knows she'll be doing a public service to uncover it. What she doesn't know is how far into her past she'll have to go to find both Megan and herself and the deeper she digs into the group, the greater the danger she faces.

"Land of Entrapment is not just a mystery, and it's not just a thriller. Smart, funny, and sometimes terrifying, Andi Marquette's first novel is a study in contrasts. From the black and white world view of the Neo-Nazi movement to the vibrant, colorful, multi-ethnic city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Marquette makes you think. This is a book you cannot put down. Buy it."
--Joan Opyr, author of "Idaho Code" and the forthcoming "From Hell to Breakfast"

"Andi Marquette is a gifted writer who brings to life the state of New Mexico in as much tangible flesh as the vivid characters that reside in her novel. Land of Entrapment is an important story which sheds light on the disturbing issue of neo-Nazi organizations, unfortunately alive and well in this country."
--Mari SanGiovanni, author of "Greetings from Jamaica, Wish You Were Queer"

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