Narc by Marc Olden

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A narcotics agent comes between a dealer and the biggest heroin shipment in history

One thousand pounds of uncut heroin. Street value: a quarter of a billion dollars. New York’s baddest dealer is a preening hustler named St. James Livingston, and his latest scheme will make the French Connection smuggling operation look small-time. The shipment is coming in through a Cuban diplomatic mission, and when it arrives Livingston won’t just make a fortune. He’ll make history. Only John Bolt stands in his way.

The meanest narcotics agent in the country, Bolt arrests Livingston’s supplier during a South American raid. But cutting off the head won’t kill this snake. Too many junkies are hungry for smack, and too many crooks are desperate for profits. The biggest shipment in history will also be the bloodiest, and Bolt stands to make a killing.

 

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Published June 26, 2012 by MysteriousPress.com/Open Road. 169 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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