CARIBBEAN CARTELS Sheldon
CARIBBEAN CARTELS Sheldon M. Brown
A compelling tale of power, greed, betrayal and lust surrounding Caribbean drug gangs which ship cocaine and marijuana from Colombia and Jamaica, through the Cayman Islands, en route to the United States. The drug leaders have no qualms about using extreme violence to solidify their dominance on the streets of their local war zones. The Colombians, led by Senor Gacha and his second-in-command, aptly named "The Blade", control Miami as their base of operations as they distribute their contraband to the rest of the states. In Jamaica, operations are run by the infamous Shower Posse, led by Isaac Spence (a.k.a. "Iceman"), a ruthless and elusive drug lord, and his right-hand man Lester Bogart. In Grand Cayman, the leader of the cartel is Rudolf Parsons, a wealthy, highly respected businessman. In this edge-of-your seat thriller, the author pulls back the curtain on a violent underworld that is remaking the political and social landscapes not just of local neighborhoods - but of entire countries.