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Need an e-book cover for action thriller novel. Simple & easy to see on all e-book readers. Want text : "Borderland" "A novel by Anson Scott." Should be kind of ‘dark-themed’ and maybe feature a version of a Policia Federal badge? Font maybe bloody, gritty? Another idea might be to feature dry desert mountains, as this takes place in the mountains near El Paso, TX, and Mexican border.
Book SUMMARY: When the Cartel violence plaguing Mexico spills across the border and takes the life of Jake Martin’s estranged, money-laundering father, the airline pilot and Navy veteran finds himself back in a town he thought he had left for good. Led by clues from the grave and trailed by a crooked lawyer, his sexy assistant and the DEA, Jake unwittingly embarks on a quest for a millions in hidden cash. Destined for the narcos but intended for something much darker than drugs, the money has also attracted the attention of Ricardo “Tuco” Medrano, an American-born, violence-weary Cartel enforcer who is looking for a way out. Unknowingly tied by more than the treasure in the desert, Jake and Tuco are drawn together in a final conflict that will play itself out in the mountains west of El Paso…
reminder, this is going to appear as a thumbnail in most places and on most devices, so needs to be easy to read and not too busy. Feel free to get creative. Thanks!