Drum Major by Ken Coleman
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DRUM MAJOR is the dramatic story of a reporter that goes to Venezuela investigating the drug cartel, then realizes he cannot get back out of the country.Estenio Morales, Cuban American, is a mediocre reporter for the Miami Sun. Through the murder of his best friend and fellow reporter, he stumbles onto the story of the year. His blind ambition leads him into a world of Latin organized crime, to which he becomes a king pin in the world he came to expose.Meanwhile, Estenio's wife, the waspy daughter of a successful businessman, gathers support from Congress, businessmen and the White House in an attempt to free her jailed husband. The story continues as supporters eventually betray them, and friends are murdered.Each chapter alternates the events by the perspective of Estenio & his wife. His imprisonment takes the real world of poverty, power, inhumanity, murder, race, secrets and betrayal, and changes his materialistic ideals as he becomes a drum major for human rights.

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Published May 2, 2000 by iUniverse. 284 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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