The Life Story of A Drug Trafficker [NOOK Book]

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Carlito Smith was born and raised in the SWAT's of Atlanta, GA. He was raised by his mother, a single parent. His mother, was abused and beaten by his fater. Carlito grew up watching his mother being abused, until he decided to confront his own father, and stop all the abusing.

At the age of 16, he started a life of crime. He started smoking Marijuana and selling cocaine. He was Gallant, Determined, and Motivated to go to the top. One of ...
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Overview

Carlito Smith was born and raised in the SWAT's of Atlanta, GA. He was raised by his mother, a single parent. His mother, was abused and beaten by his fater. Carlito grew up watching his mother being abused, until he decided to confront his own father, and stop all the abusing.

At the age of 16, he started a life of crime. He started smoking Marijuana and selling cocaine. He was Gallant, Determined, and Motivated to go to the top. One of Carlito's biggest mistakes, was getting involved with a girl called "Patrice." This girl ended up getting Carlito shot to the head by a Police Officer, leaving him for dead as the Officer and News Media thought, but God had performed a miracle in Carlito's life. After his recover, He was sent to prison for 13 months.

While in prison, Carlito put a plan together to make it to the top of the Drug business. He met a lot of Truck Drivers, which took him to another level in the business. By the time he was released, Carlito was a mastermind in transporting drugs throughout the United States. He went to school to learn all he needed to know about the truck driving industry, because he knew that he had to travel in order to meet a Major Connection. After a year of driving over-the-road, Carliot meets "Boss Man," a drug lord who wanted him to smuggle truck loads of marijuana, and cocaine from Texas to different parts of the U.S. within a years time, Carlito and his partner were buying their own loads, making more than half a million dollars a piece.

Everything was going great for Carlito until all of a sudden, the FEDs came into the picture. THey wanted to get "Boss Man" and "The mexican Big Boss," and the only way to get to them, was getting to Carlito first. All the bosses left the country and Carlito had to take the business upon himself. He put a crew together, and started handling millions of dollars weekly.

Roger, Carlito's partner ended up betraying him. He set him up with the FED's in order for him not to go to prison. Carlito finds out about it and starts running from the FED's and losing his mind.

Knowing that the FED's are after him, Carlito decides to lay low. He starts back driving trucks over-the-road. During one of his trips, he meets "Juan," A very dangerous Mexican guy from the border. Juan takes Carlito into a new life of the UNderground World, where a lot of Drug Wars and Hijacking took place. Carlito became an Expert in smuggling drugs through the borders and checkpoints, gaining a good reputation among different elite groups in the U.S. and other countries from the Underground World of Major Drug Lords and Traffickers.

During this time, he was being watched and under surveillance from the FED's, somehow he got away, and was still "Making It Happen," he was going to the top, and nothing was going to stop him, but unfortunately, he ran out of luck. The FED's finally got him, but miraculously he was acquitted from a Federal Court in Chicago. No one knows exactly how he beat the FED's.

In this Excruciating, Thrilling book you will learn how Carlito went from being a humble, mentally abused boy from Atlanta to one of America's Best Drug Smugglers.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013883420
  • Publisher: Corey Lewis
  • Publication date: 12/20/2011
  • Series: The Life Story of a Drug Trafficker , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,282,182
  • File size: 271 KB

Meet the Author

Corey Lewis, was born in Atlanta, GA on December 29, 1973. He was raised in the SWAT’s of Atlanta, GA by a single parent his mother Angela. The father of four children, wrote his first novel: “The Drug Trafficker” while in federal custody of F.D.C. Miami. He is currently incarcerated in Federal Prison and should be home in 2014.
Traveling, driving trucks, children, movies, reading, writing books, helping others, comedy, working out, and cooking are just a few things he loves to do. He has given his life over to Christ, and that’s what inspired him to write this book. Becoming a Christian has been one of the greatest blessings in his life, and he now plans to continue writing about his new Christian life.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2012

    Example of WHAT NOT to be as a human being...

    I am completely disgusted with myself for wasting 1 week on reading this train wreck of a book..if you want to call it that. I gave it 1star for the simple fact that it held my attention long enough to finish it, but only because I was hoping this "person" might redeem himself in my eyes. NOPE! Since there is a second book,I assume he may have his chance, but his callous, cruel, selfish, vile, violent, abusive personality shone quite clear.Regardless of the author's proclaimed belief in God, and belief that his "good luck" was divine intervention, he consistently showed that he couldnt give a darn about anybody,anything, or God by his manipulation,lies, usery, and throwing other people under the bus to save his own sorry hide. He may claim that later on, he was to see the error of his ways,but to me, the entire book was a bragging session. At times, you could almost hear his "glee" as he screwed over someone else, not to mention his proud boasting of his numerous sexual conquests...and one of them a clairvoyant preacher??Are you kidding me??? He rarely said much about his many kids other than to brag about what he bought them, or that he was still sleeping with his "baby mama"...and then had the nerve to call one of THEM "low down and dirty"! His proclaimation that because he witnessed his father beat his mother was the reason for his downfall is a joke. My children witnessed abuse on a much larger scale, THEN watched as their father died right before them. My olddst just graduated with honors, received a scholarship to a major university, and my others are honor roll. Give me a break...youre a grown man...own up to THAT! And on a school note, it is quite obvious the author cared not one whit for education. The book is a jumbled mess of grammatical errors, and an appalling massacre of the english language. His repetition of event irritated me to the point of screaming..yet, I persisted, hoping for his salvation. I should have deleted this trashy compiliation of letters and then went and poked my eyeballs out with a fork...would have been less painful. Dont waste your time reading this..or maybe you could use it as a handbook on "Everything you shouldn't do or be".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2011

    Highly Recommended -- couldn't put the book down

    I couldn't put this book down because I wanted to see what was going to happen next. I cannot wait for the second book to follow this one..

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