White Death

White Death

Undercover cops don't make two mistakes


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In 1969 city cop Jake Stone goes deep undercover, serving time in a Florida prison to meet a close friend of cartel boss Marcus Sterling. Working with a seductive, female FBI agent, Jake flies cocaine for the Barranquilla Cartel. But how long before his cover is blown?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Philip C. Baridon, Ph.D.
Philip C. Baridon, Ph.D. As street cop, prison officer, academic and criminal justice advisor for the U.S. Justice Department, Phil Baridon has labored to minimize t...
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