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Overall, a very interesting book that is well worth reading.
I had known of Bill Rempel from reading the LA Times for 4 decades and working with one of his associates about 20 years ago on much more limited investigative story.
This is the story of Jorge Salcedo's descent into the Cali Cartel, and of his work to bring it down.
First off I am slightly biased about these books because I am fairly obsessed with the 1980's cocaine wars. I have read countless books from the US side and the Columbia side. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A.K.T.
I could not put it down. It just gets more intense through the end. Highly recommended.one of the best books about the drug cartels.Published 3 months ago by Gary S. King
Good anti-hero read. The main character is a man of great courage and follows his heart to the correct conclusionPublished 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
Good read I never heard of this part of the story but it makes sense. Out of the blue arrests are made with help from the inside. Simply an amazing story...if true. Read morePublished 8 months ago by j
An unbelievable story. As a young individual interested at this dark part of Colombian history i was intrigued to find out more. Read morePublished 8 months ago by nina
Great read. Very interesting look at Columbia and the traffickers. Nothing more to say, but Amazon requires a review - not sure why.Published 11 months ago by E. smith
A fascinating, spellbinding, edge of your seat book from the first word to the end. Would make a great movie!Published 13 months ago by Mike Kaska
Great non-fiction book on the end of the Cali Cartel, crazy times... Absolute insanity and a brilliantly played move to secure safety for family!Published 14 months ago by Ian Foss