Tag Archives: Drug Cartels

When Truth Catches Up With Fiction . . .

Setting the context:  The global annual revenue from illegal drug sales is currently $400 billion dollars, and growing.  And it’s all in cash! The more potent the drugs the stronger the addiction and thus the greater the need for more drugs.  … Continue reading

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A Global Cancer is Spreading . . .

“For every complex problem there is an easy answer, and it is wrong.”    – H.L.Mencken There is a cancer spreading its deadly tentacles across the globe. A cancer that kills slowly and without prejudice to race, color, creed or economic … Continue reading

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A Fable of Hermes . . . and a modern day moral for Wall Street

(I have recently finished my third thriller novel, Business As Usual, which should be published within the week.  In doing research on the global drug trade, Wall Street insider trading and the pharmaceutical industry, I came across a fable of … Continue reading

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