A major drug lord in Colombia has changed his personal and physical identity so he cannot be located. But he has one characteristic that could give him away - his passion for breeding and showing a special breed of horses - Paso Finos. A former U.S. Army Ranger and a young Cuban American DEA agent are sent to Colombia by DEA to find him. Ostensibly, they are Tim and Maria Martin, wealthy U.S. Paso Fino breeders. They begin their trip with a cool relationship that changes as they encounter renegade kidnappers and are exposed and held by the drug lord and his men. The capture of the drug lord begins a relentless pursuit by his lieutenant to assassinate those who could testify against him, including the Martins. The story begins and ends in Rio de Janeiro where the grief stricken former U.S. Ranger confronts a violent drug dealer from one of the biggest favelas (slums) in Rio.
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About the Author
Cordy has traveled extensively throughout the World and has published five photography books with photos from Antarctica, Botswana, Kenya-Tanzania, Galapagos and Jerez, Spain (the Jerez Horse Fair).
An avid Horseman, Cordy has owned Quarter Horses, a Welsh Pony, Paso Finos and Arabians. He rode Paso Finos at several horse shows, including shows held in cities mentioned in the book and Paso Fino Nationals in Perry, Georgia. He now prefers trail riding. Three of the horses mentioned in the book, Mariachi, Sevillana and Rain Dancer, are named after three of his horses.
Cordy is also a dog lover. Nick, the German Shepherd mentioned in the book, is named after Cordy's German Shepherd.