For espionage aficionados, Down Range has plenty of battlefield tradecraft and CIA intrigue. But Moore’s story is bigger: It bridges themes of corporate greed and big oil, drug traffickers, compromised businessmen and officials. The protagonist knows failure and regret, but faced with choices of good and evil, he’s looking for the decency that exists deep in the land where he was born. Kohl, the protagonist, is part Native American and his family has lived in Texas horse country for generations.
Source: A Perfectly Timed New Spy Thriller – by Peter Eisner – SpyTalk