Borderland Beat

Reporting on the Mexican Cartel Drug War
Narrated by: Andrew Rowe
Length: 10 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, True Crime
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The Borderland Beat project is collaboration from a group of people of different backgrounds located in the US and Mexico that gather information related to the Mexican drug cartels and presents it in English through the internet, publications, and presentations.

The information in this audiobook is fast-paced, with a lot of drug trafficking organization (DTO) information thrown at you at once. It's filled with hit men activity and the Mexican government's attempt to intervene, but it also contains a lot of direct, behind-the-scenes information from the author. 

The particular information in this audiobook is the involvement of the author from his early stages when he started to formalize his plan to bring to life the Borderland Beat Project. Follow Buggs as he sets the stage and takes you on a wild ride in to the dark shadows of the violence and chaos of the Mexican drug cartels. 

Get ready for a narrative of the deep dark world of Borderland Beat.

©2019 Alejandro Marentes (P)2020 Alex Marentes

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By far the most exciting and best narrated Cartel audiobook

The most exciting and best narrated historical account of drug cartels from a most reputable source thru the most violent and most turbulent years of Cartels reign in Mexico

I highly recommend to all nonfiction readers/listeners interested in Mexican Drug Cartels

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