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The Shadow Cartel (The Dominic Grey Series)…

The Shadow Cartel (The Dominic Grey Series)

by Layton Green

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Called upon by a former love to look into the death of a family friend in Miami, veteran investigator Dominic Grey is sucked into the darkest reaches of international narcotics trafficking. The murders of multiple drug dealers during a bizarre religious ceremony, combined with the appearance of a mythical assassin, take DEA agent Federico Hernandez and CIA operative Lana Valenciano down the same deadly path. Lying in wait is an enemy known only as the General. Thrown together on a covert manhunt, Grey and the two government agents race across the Americas to unearth a dark chapter in the history of the CIA that has spilled into the present--and puts them in the crosshairs of an underworld puppeteer with a frightening reach.… (more)



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Layton Green's Dominic Grey is beginning to resemble Daniel Craig's James Bond - angry, hurt, seething. The character hasn't become boring yet but I fear he may become so fairly soon. Green again provides interesting supporting characters, a good enough villain, and spooky info about the shit people are willing to believe. To me, again, his great strength to make multiple places come to life. Miami, the Yucatan, Bogota, Medellin, and Cusco are the strongest presences in the book, more like characters than locales. ( )
  Coach_of_Alva | Aug 12, 2015 |
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