Octavo, 613 pages, illustrated with period B&W photographs. This fast-paced, semi-autobiographical, semi-fictional story takes the reader to a small California desert town in the 1950s, and to sinister and fatal consequences. While a town garage owner tries to help the Mexican farm workers he considers his friends from cruel treatment and obscene profits by local farmers and ranchers, the Mafia has discovered endless riches in the Mexican braceros' brutal exploitation. A bloody showdown soon becomes inevitable.... The book is fine, having minor edgewear to its color pictorial softcovers. You'll LOVE this book -- Order it today!