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The author is well placed to write about this subject in a very descriptive and believable way.
Ioan Grillo's El Narco is a frighteningly up-close look at the drug conflict in Mexico that reminds us that reality sometimes is more outlandish than fiction.
A very informative and highly interesting read and account of the drug wars in Mexico .The book was direct and to the pooint.
The death toll in the drugs war between the Mexican drug cartels has exceeded fifty thousand and the number of missing has reached nearly 20,000 as cartel... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Amazon Customer
A very interesting insight on Mexico's out of control drug and corruption problem. Hopefully they can survive as a nation and rise out of this craziness.Published 16 hours ago by Edgard
Names, dates, places, statistics. Anyone who has followed the growth of cartels, and paramilitary organizations, in the drug business will find a wealth of information in t his... Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Jon Lee
I myself as a Mexican living in the United States since age 5 couldn't comprehend why so much violence in my home country. After reading this book I can now understand why. Read morePublished 11 days ago by JZ
Great book. Accurately describes the Narco problems in Mexico. Scary stuff just south of the border...but a good read.Published 21 days ago by K. E. Cameron
This is perhaps the best, most well rounded book on the topic of trafficking that I have read. Grillo does an excellent job of breaking down the topic into all aspects, including... Read morePublished 23 days ago by D. Zeisset