In New York Ray Douglas, chief of the narcotics division, is too successful, too outspoken. When he criticizes the decisions of his superiors once too often he is summarily exiled to South America, his career broken, as liaison with the DEA there, a job that doesn’t exist. Reporter Jane Fox, meanwhile begs her superiors to send her there. Colombia is a place of bombings, kidnappings and murderous traffickers richer than the government. Too dangerous for a woman, she is told. She sees it as the story that can make her career, she fights and gets the job. In Bogota, despite their differing agendas, the two meet and are thrown together, while all around them the violence goes on.
|Publisher:||Riviera Productions Ltd.|
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About the Author
New York Times best selling author Robert Daley has written 28 books, seventeen of them novels and eleven non-fiction, including Prince of the City and Portraits of France. For six years he worked as a New York Times Foreign Correspondent based in Paris, during that time filing stories from eighteen countries. Later he served as a deputy police commissioner in New York. Six of his books them have been filmed, and they have been translated into fourteen languages. He is married with three grown daughters and divides his time between suburban New York and Nice, France. See his website at: robertdaleyauthor.com