Mazatlan by E. Howard Hunt
A Jack Novak Thriller

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Former DEA agent Jack Novak is hired to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a TV evangelist, who disappeared during a tour of Central America, a case that takes Novak to Mazatla+a7n, Mexico, and into a confrontation with drug kingpins.

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Published October 1, 1989 by Stein & Day Pub. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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While no woman on these pages is less than stunningly attractive and/or sexually intriguing, Novak is the kind of fellow who can say to an embarrassed Tara, whose ``breasts swung charmingly free'' of her torn shirt, ```No time for false modesty--I've seen breasts before.''' Even those who enjoy t...

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