In Capital Kill, he went after a ruthless local serial killer. In Horns of the Devil, he faced some of the deadliest gangs in the Western hemisphere. Now federal prosecutor Jeff Trask is back on the case after a series of drug overdoses places investigators face to face with Los Zetas - the most dangerous of the Mexican drug cartels. What begins as an investigation of local heroin trafficking soon turns into something far more serious. The cartel will do anything to protect its cash flow - including a series of attacks against Trask's team that cement Los Zetas' status as one of the most ruthless criminal organizations of the century.
Inspired by actual events from Mexico's cartel wars, Death's White Horses is Marc Rainer's third book featuring federal prosecutor Jeff Trask. While showcasing the challenges faced by law enforcement on both sides of the border, it also highlights the deadly consequences seen on either end of the US-Mexico drug trade.
With more than three decades of experience as a federal prosecutor, Rainer combines the excitement of a high-stakes thriller with the pinpoint accuracy and realism that has earned him a widespread audience in the field of law enforcement.
©2014 Marc Rainer (P)2015 Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC
"Death's White Horses is the third installment in author Marc Rainer's series featuring savvy prosecutor Jeff Trask. This fictionalized account of the Mexican drug cartel wars presents a dark, gripping and violent tale of barbarous criminals and the law enforcement officials on both sides of the border charged with fighting a bloody war. Many of the characters portrayed are taken from real life, such as drug kingpins Chapo Guzman and Heriberto Lazcano. Rainer has provided another unflinching, engrossing chronicle." (Palmetto Reviews)
"No one in the world is writing better than Marc Rainer, with pitch-perfect prose full of intrigue, a favorite in suspense, elegant by any literary standard!" (MCS Film Review Team)
"An invigorating thriller with an engaging protagonist surrounded by equally worthy characters." (Kirkus Reviews)
I'm a retired professor of geography. A few years ago my health deteriorated and I had to give up reading. Audiobooks are my life-saver.
Poorly written, full of cliches, and amateurish narration. I lasted only twenty minutes with this turkey.
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