The Death Dealers


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“The Death Dealers” by David Griffith
David Griffith is a master at keeping his readers riveted to the page.  The rest of the world seems to vanish every time I pick up one of his books.
In “The Death Dealers,” Lonnie Bowers meets three relatives he never knew he had — a grandfather, a half-brother, and a sister strung out on crystal meth.  His first impulse is to turn down Frederick Roseman when he’s offered another mission involving one of Mexico’s most dangerous drug cartels.   But seeing the condition of his sister makes him angry.  At least one cartel is going out of business if Lonnie has any say in the matter.  But like with all missions, you can never guarantee things will go according to plan.  It soon becomes apparent to Lonnie that it will take a miracle to get him out of this situation alive.
I could understand Lonnie’s determination to bring down the drug cartel.  If drugs were destroying someone in my family, I’d be screaming mad and would want to do my part in putting an end to the distributor’s business.  I was rooting for Lonnie throughout his ordeal.  I was also holding my breath and gripping the book when things got particularly hairy, which was often.  If you want a novel loaded with non-stop action, this is the book for you!
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