From Library Journal
Millionaire Donald Aronow was a handsome speedboat designer and world champion racer who hobnobbed with the rich and lived in the fast lane. In 1987 he was gunned down in a hail of bullets. In this fast-paced narrative that involves the Mafia, drug traffickers, and the U.S. government, Burdick and Mitchell say Aronow was fingered by the Columbian drug lords angered that he built drug-interception boats. The authors allege a cover-up that protects the mob, drug smugglers, and government agencies. Despite the sensational nature of the story, this book is first-rate investigative journalism and is recommended for public libraries.
- Ron Chepesiuk, Win throp Coll., Rock Hill, S.C.
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