his knowledge of the banking and financial community that supports the Narco economy. All of this up close information has provided the author with a wealth of details that make his first novel an amazing and riveting look at the inside world of the Kings of Cocaine.
A Coke War Begins
The water off the coast of
is warm and calm this time of year. May is one of the best months, not too hot just warm and comfy. A light rain is moving in from the Bermuda Triangle and the sea has a slight chop. Captain Guillermo Miguel Uribe is tapping the top of a color radar screen in the bridge of his 600 foot freighter. Capt. Uribe has tread these waters a million times carrying containers from the islands to the Southern Florida . 'This damn thing,' he says in Spanish as he hits the box harder, "this thing works only in good weather, a little rain and it stops." The first mate jiggles the wires leading into the back of the box - how's that - port of Miami The good captain's vessel is in need of many repairs, he bought her with a loan from a childhood friend he grew up with in como Va. . He convinced the friend they could become rich with the freighter by hauling freight from the Caribbean to the Santo Domingo , but after six years of hard work and struggle Captain Uribe was losing the ship to rust and creditors. U.S.