Published March 7, 2007
by Edward Elgar Pub .
Written in English
|Contributions||Margaret C. Levenstein (Editor), Stephen W. Salant (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||748|
“From an experienced cartel analyst and special agent, this is a powerful and very comprehensive look into the broad scope of Mexican drug violence and its impact on the security of our nation. One of the best books I've seen to understand Mexican cartels, border violence, drug trafficking and the ramifications of spill-over crime into by: They have published more than twenty novels as a duo, including the New York Times bestselling Cartel series. They are pursuing movie and television projects to bring some of their blockbuster books to the big screen. Now married, the pair still lives in Flint, Michigan, the city that inspired many of their gritty urban tales/5(). The saga of love, loyalty, and crime continues in the next explosive book in the Cartel series from the minds of New York Times bestselling authors Ashley & JaQuavis. After the tragic and bloody end to The Cartel’s reign, Carter is forced into isolation to evade the law/5(). The book focuses on both the hardships of the (fictional) kingpin drug organization known as The Cartel which was previously run by Carter Diamond. Carter Diamond's family consists of his twin sons, his daughter and his lovely wife/5().
Hardcover Paperback Kindle The Cartel series has launched authors Ashley and husband JaQuavis Coleman to the top of the Street Lit genre. The pair started out writing as 17 years old freshers and became instant successes with works of fiction which was largely based from their own . The Cartel is a first rate edge-of-your-seat thriller for sure, but it also continues Winslow’s incisive reporting on the dangers and intricacies of the world we live in. There is no higher mark for a storyteller than to both educate and entertain/5(20). A book where two hardcore worlds, cartel and motorcycle club (mc), come together to make for a dark and gritty read. Mariana has volunteered herself to the cartel to pay for her fathers debt. Her sacrifice spares her family from a gruesome death/5(). Book Cartels Consulting is a start-up company with grassroots in the Bay Area. Our founder had been helping writers since in downtown Los Angeles. Also, formerly a Managing Partner for a creative studio in the same area. Our founder tirelessly mentored authors on how to bootstrap their book marketing strategies and events, helping authors.
The book explains how the cartels have created paramilitary death squads with tens of thousands of armed men from the country of Guatemala to the Texan border. It contains testimonies from members inside of the cartels; and while El Narco shows that the "devastation" of the Mexican Drug War may be south of the U.S. border, Grillo pinpoints that the United States "is knee-deep in this conflict".Genre: Non-fiction. The Cartel is an opus of a book and follow-up to his earlier novel, The Power of the Dog. This powerhouse book finds DEA agent Art Keller plunged into the Mexican-American drug cartel wars firing up on both sides of the border, even in Central America/5. Ashley & JaQuavis hit the street lit scene at the age of 17 when they were discovered by Carl Weber. Their first novel, Dirty Money, was an instant hit, putting them on the road to literary have published more than twenty novels as a duo, including the New York Times bestselling Cartel series. They are pursuing movie and television projects to bring some of their blockbuster books /5(). by Ashley Antoinette & JaQuavis Coleman includes books The Cartel, The Cartel 2, The Cartel 3, and several more. See the complete The Cartel series book list in .