A good read but not a great piece of literary work. Mr. Acosta is a true hero for trying to end human trafficking.Published 1 month ago by Duane Rossmann
Thought it sounded pretty good from other reviews, but it was poorly written, as if by a 12-yer old boy trying to sound macho, and the stories weren't very interesting.Published 2 months ago by M.O.D.
This book gives you insight into the life of the Mexican gangs, though they are hard to understand it delivers a brutal truth of the Mexican drug gangs.Published 6 months ago by John Martinez
If there had been six stars, I would have marked it. Mr. Acosta takes the reader by the hand into a Dante's Inferno of real life events that occurred, and are still occurring,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Billy The Kid
I thought of that as I read Hipolito Acosta’s book, The Shadow Catcher.
The people in need in Poli’s story are illegal immigrants and their families. Read more
I've know Poli for many years, and was aware of his work as an undercover agent. However, the "Shadow Catcher" revealed how dangerous his work was. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jean M Christiansen