Above the Law by J. F. Freedman

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When a federal drug bust goes awry, Luke Garrison must investigate a baffling government cover-up
In a remote region of the California hills, Mexican drug lord Reynaldo Juarez has built a fortress, complete with a landing strip long enough for a Boeing 737. He has planned the biggest deal of his long and dangerous career: a $100 million cocaine buy that will make him a legend. With the DEA waiting in the hills, the Feds storm the Juarez compound. Four agents end up dead and the drug lord is shot through the skull. In the aftermath of the disastrous raid, former Santa Barbara District Attorney Luke Garrison is tasked with finding the shooter who killed Reynaldo. He will discover that a strange conspiracy, replete with a sinister cover-up, lies behind the assault on the kingpin’s compound. Going up against the DEA is a fearsome prospect, but fearlessness is all that Luke has left.
 

About J. F. Freedman

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Freedman was raised in Maryland and lived in the West and Southwest for most of his adult life. He lives with his wife and three children on the central California coast.
 
Published May 28, 2013 by Open Road Media. 512 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Crime. Fiction

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