Turning the Tide: One Man Against the Medellin Cartel
The riveting true story of the college professor who brought a ruthless cocaine kingpin to justice, told by the bestselling author of A Cast of Killers. Professor Richard Novak was in the Bahamas studying hammerhead sharks when the Medellin Cartel moved in and set up the nerve center of the world's largest drug operation. When officials refused to act, Novak used his underwater expertise to gather evidence, eventually leading to the cartel's downfall. 16 pages of photographs.
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This is a fast-paced, novelistic account of a series of confrontations between marine research scientist Richard Novak and Medellin drug runner Carlos Lehder on the Bahamian island of Norman's Cay ... Read full review
the book is pretty interesting and a good read. I would like to correct the beginning g of the book where the author states the Bahamas gained independence in 1967 where in fact it was July 10, 1973. all in all good book but would like to know what happened to Heinrich, Francis, and Manfred.