The incredible, untold story of the American agent who captured El Chapo, the world s most wanted drug lord Every generation has its larger than life criminal legend living beyond the reach of the law Billy the Kid, Al Capone, Ronnie Biggs, Pablo Escobar But for every one of these criminals, there s a Wyatt Earp, Pat Garrett or Slipper of the Yard For Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera a.k.a El Chapo the 21st century s most notorious criminal that man is D.E.A Special Agent Andrew Hogan This is the incredible story of Hogan s seven year long chase to capture El Chapo, a multibillionaire drug lord and escape artist posing as a Mexican Robin Hood, who in reality was a brutal sociopath responsible for the murders of thousands His greedy campaign to take over his rivals territories resulted in an unprecedented war with a body count of over 100,000 We follow Hogan on his quest to achieve the seemingly impossible to cross the border into Mexico and arrest El Chapo, the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, a billionaire and Public Enemy No 1, who had been evading capture for than a decade and had earned a reputation for being utterly untouchable This intimate thriller tells how Hogan single mindedly and methodically climbed the ladder within the hierarchy of the Sinaloa Cartel the world s wealthiest and most powerful drug trafficking organization by creating one of the most sophisticated undercover operations in the history of the D.E.A From infiltrating Chapo s inner circle to leading a white knuckle manhunt with an elite brigade of Mexican Marines, Hogan left no stone unturned in his hunt for the world s most powerful drug kingpin....
|Title||:||Hunting El Chapo: Taking Down the World's Most-Wanted Drug-Lord|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins Publishers Ltd ePub edition edition April 19, 2018|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
|File Size||:||980 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Hunting El Chapo: Taking Down the World's Most-Wanted Drug-Lord Reviews
A very good read! This is well written and a great story. Hogan, who's own current residence is "living in an undisclosed location", packs the book with lots of suspense, eyewitness observations, and on the ground details that bring the book to life. It's written just begging to be made into a movie, which has a lot ironically in common with guess who? DEA and Homeland Security couldn't think up a better screenplay than this, but I digress.