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At the Devil's Table: The Man Who Brought down the Cali Cartelby William Rempel
Synopses & Reviews
Traces the 1990s collaborative effort between two U.S. agents and a security chief for a notorious Colombian drug cartel to dismantle the organization and bring its leaders to justice, a life-risking venture marked by a race to extract damaging evidence and protect the life of a key witness.
About the Author
\William C. Rempel spent thirty-six years as an investigative reporter and editor at the Los Angeles Times. Rempel has been recognized with numerous journalism honors, including an Overseas Press Club Award, and a Gerald Loeb Award, and he was a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.
Table of Contents
The Cartel war years, 1989-1993 — Six and a half years earlier — A terrible noise — El Doctor and the gentlemen — Welcome to the Cartel — Target : Pablo — Prisoner of the clouds — Maternity and martial law — The witch knows best — How many did you kill? — In the Cartel's secret service — Meet the rival — Sting of the dragonfly — Get me a fork — Into the black market — The dark side — The hauntings — A shot at the FBI — In too deep — The Cartel's man, 1993-1995 — A life sentence — The new deals — Far from heroic — One honest man — Sex, spies, and videotape — The vulture account — Her name was Emilia — New kids in town — The limit — The last days, summer 1995 — More wrong number — A killer's busy day — El Dorado in a desk — Love in the time of crisis — Who is Pallomari? — They're coming — Please don't leave — I'm dead — Very strange — The gay caballeros — Go for it — The rising son — Race the assassin — A weekend funeral — We know what you're doing — The man who used to be — Epilogue: wrapping up — Appendix: Jorge and me.
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