Cocaine, the Gulf Connection is not
about cocaine gangs and shoot
outs in Mexican border towns,
but rather it details the complex workings
of a sophisticated smuggling operation that
has gone unknown to the Mexican and U.S.
governments for thirteen years. The success of
the smuggling operation comes from a high
degree of compartmentalization, which allows
no chance for any one piece of the ?Company?
to betray another. Yes, the smugglers think of
themselves as a ?Company?.
Retired FBI agent Nicholas Able is hired to
consult in locating the source of Cocaine for
what the FBI thanks is a large Houston Texas
drug distribution network. The trail starts at
a local bar off Galveston Bay and grows to a
network that covers all of the Texas Gulf Coast
and into Tampico Mexico.
Mr. McDonald has produced a plot that is
intricate and nonstop. The logic and detailed
detective work descriptions are fascinating
and an interagency battle for control of the
case between the DEA and FBI adds to the
drama. The book is not a ?Who done it?, that?s
known from the outset. Cocaine, The Gulf
Connection is about finding the bad guys and
then bringing them down.
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