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Book Review: ‘The Shadow Cartel, A Dominic Grey Novel’ by Layton Green

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As the leads in the search for a killer tend to create misdirection and the rumors of death by mysterious assassins continue to grow, Grey must rely on every investigation from his past to help them find this elusive yet invisible killer before he can kill again. His mentor is out of commission, yet Grey keeps him informed of the strange and shadowy secrets they are tracking. Read More »

A Doctors Worst Nightmare

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Is a doctor guilty if deceitful patients overdose on drugs and alcohol that were never prescribed? Read More »

Book Review: Armando ‘Chunky’ Ibarra – ‘Loyalty and Betrayal,’ An Inside Look at the Mexican Mafia (La Eme)

Armando 'Chunky' Ibarra's true crime memoir.

The book walks a fine line between self-incrimination and gritty details. Ibarra knows how to show without "telling." The story ripples with gunfire and credibility. It inspires deeper thought, since the profitability of drugs is what drives gang motivations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Tenderloin: Abby Kane Thriller #2′ by Ty Hutchinson

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Darkness and atrocity have a name. It is The Monster. Read More »

Book Review: Deadman’s Bust by Cory Marchese

A roller-coaster ride about the drug trade. Read More »

Book Review: On The Bayou by Sean Patrick Bridges

A dark novel of the deep South where mint juleps are not to be found and the swamps are the unspoken danger. Read More »

Book Review: Blood in the Meadows: Terror on the Strip by Dale Day

A Terroristic possibility in the City of Sin, Las Vegas, Nevada. Read More »

Book Review: Black Tuna Diaries: The True Story of America’s Most Notorious Marijuana Smuggler by Robert Platshorn

Smug drugglers Read More »