High-end and affluent pretty-boy Florida Keys drug traffickers traveled to the Deep South to set up a command center at rural hunting camps and with the precision of a well-oiled machine, triangulated between Florida and South and Central America the many moving parts of their scheme. This synchronicity resulted in the importation of sixteen tons of cocaine "up the 88," the line of longitude that runs through Mobile, Alabama. Defending them were some of the best lawyers in the country, one of them Miami's Roy Black. It's a story with a plethora of sexy facts like airplane crashes, jail breaks, dead bodies, Columbian drug lords,the Cia and Cuban freedom fighters, corrupt United States Customs Service officials and governmental attempts at paranormal policing.
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Published March 16, 2013
by Domingo Soto.
Biographies & Memoirs, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy, Crime, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction.