{Pdf} Wolf Boys: Two American Teenagers and Mexico's Most Dangerous Drug Cartel Autor Dan Slater – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

Wolf Boys: Two American Teenagers and Mexico's Most Dangerous Drug Cartel At First Glance, Gabriel Cardona Is An Exemplary American Teenager Athletic, Bright, Handsome And Charismatic But His Texas Town Is Poor And Dangerous, And It Isn T Long Before Gabriel Abandons His Promising Future For The Allure Of The Zetas, A Drug Cartel With Roots In The Mexican Military Meanwhile, Mexican Born Detective Robert Garcia Has Worked Hard All His Life And Is Now Struggling To Raise His Family In America As Violence Spills Over The Border, Detective Garcia S Pursuit Of The Zetas Puts Him Face To Face With The Urgent Consequences Of A War He Sees As Unwinnable In Wolf Boys, Dan Slater Takes Readers On A Harrowing, Moving, And Often Brutal Journey Into The Heart Of The Mexican Drug Trade From The Sierra Madre Mountaintops To The Smuggling Ports Of Veracruz, From Cartel Training Camps And Holiday Parties To The Dusty Alleys Of South Texas Ultimately Though, Wolf Boys Is The Intimate And Vivid Story Of The Lobos Teens Turned Into Pawns For Cartels A Non Fiction Thriller, It Reads With The Emotional Clarity Of A Great Novel, Yet Offers Its Revelations Through Extraordinary Reporting.


5 thoughts on “Wolf Boys: Two American Teenagers and Mexico's Most Dangerous Drug Cartel

  1. Bob Russell Bob Russell says:

    I worked for years with juvenile justice in southern California I learned a lot about the subject of gangs and drugs from the many, mostly Hispanic kids I got to know, such that I got into reading about what s really going on down there It has


  2. Jesus Gonzalez Jesus Gonzalez says:

    This is an incredible look into the lives of impoverished youths that find themselves between a rock and a hard place They re too poor to have a decent quality of life that brings them hope, and instead of the government helping them out, the way the


  3. David Zaldívar David Zaldívar says:

    Before purchasing this book I had done some previous hunting for info on this specific case about the two young boys, Rosalio and Gabriel. I was completely dumbstruck when I first read the article about these young boys turned professional hit men for the


  4. Sandra Wilson Sandra Wilson says:

    My father was a narcotics agent in Laredo in the 70 s 80 s We always lived in border towns until moving to San Antonio, then back to the border Mexican nationals and informants ate at our family dinner table regularly As an adult, I traveled in Mexico often.even


  5. JAS JAS says:

    I bought this book with the expectation that it would be a sociological study about the background of young people who are lured into drug trafficking and, ultimately, murder Why does an intelligent and charismatic young man take the low road Poverty and neglect only


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