The Man who Made it Snow

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Simon and Schuster, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 304 pages
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Here is the incredible story of the only American alive ever admitted into the inner circle of the Columbian cocaine cartel. From 1978 to 1985, Mermelstein was the Medellin cartel's Miami connection--a man who ran the American traffic and personally supervised the smuggling of 58 tons of cocaine into Florida. 8 pages of photographs.

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Mermelstein was a central character in the operations of the notorious Medellin cocaine cartel from 1978 to 1985, until his arrest by federal agents; he then became a valuable government witness. Now ... Read full review


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Robin Moore won the admiration of the Green Berets forty years ago during the Vietnam War. That admiration has not flagged with a new generation of soldiers. To this day, Moore receives letters from enlisted men who say the book "The Green Berets" motivated their career in the Special Forces. A nose gunner (B-17) in World War II, Robin Moore spent his seventy-eighth birthday in Iraq, interviewing troops for "Hunting Down Saddam," When not in war zones or on army bases, he makes his home in Concord, Massachusetts.

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