Snowblind: A Brief Career in the Cocaine Trade
When it was first published in the mid-seventies, Snowblind established itself as an essential piece of true crime writing. The story of the legendary Zachary Swan, a mover in the cocaine trade in the sixties who set the standard for all who followed, Sabbag's riveting account is a compulsive insight into an underworld populated by crazy characters and riven by paranoia. The result is an illuminating and wild book that influenced a generation of writers and smugglers.
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Well worth a readUser Review - 1212Jack1212 - Tesco
If you enjoyed Mr Nice - Howard Marks or Snowblind - also by Sabbag, this is a worthy addition to your library. A great smugglers tale, which if full of cunning, panache and surprisingly a bit of ... Read full review
Review: SnowblindUser Review - Graham - Goodreads
Reads like a large address book of dodgey geezers. Dull to the point of tedium. Read full review