Path to Revenge

Jim Dutton (Author)
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Description

Path to Revenge, the second novel in Prosecutor Nick Drummond's legal thriller trilogy, begins with Drummond facing a grand jury probe for murder for the death of a cartel chief. Drummond avoids indictment when the jury finds out that he was gravely wounded fending off cartel hitmen. After the near indictment, Drummond and task force members go to South America to track down the cartel leader who directed the murder of a deputy U.S. Marshal.

The leader spearheads the cartel's venture to set up a distribution network to transport pure cocaine by submarine to North America. Drummond's team combines with Peruvian and Colombian special forces to combat the cartel's efforts and bring back the leader to San Diego to stand trial. In South America, the leader meets Elin, a freespirited professor on sabbatical. At her urging, the leader undergoes a 4-day Ayahuasca inner-quest ceremony in the Amazon jungle.

This experience opens up his mind to the possibility of a life independent of the cartel. Path to Revenge continues the author's authentic portrayal, with wit and insight, of the criminal justice system. It provides the reader with behind-the-scene insights into the international investigation, the grand jury process, and trial. San Diego and the exotic locales of the Galapagos Islands, the Inca trail to Machu Picchu, and the Amazon basin of Columbia and Peru serve as the backdrop for the author's action-packed novel.

Product Details

Price
$9.99
Publisher
Lettra Press LLC
Publish Date
December 24, 2019
Pages
316
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.66 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781951559014
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About the Author

Jim Dutton was a career prosecutor in California. National television shows, Cold Case, 48 Hours, and Forensic Files have featured his murder trials. He was the Chief of the California Attorney General's Money Laundering Program for twenty years and testified before the U.S. Congress several times on that subject. He has written money laundering and financial investigation legislation that is currently California law. He has successfully argued several cases before the California Supreme Court. Jim is an avid outdoorsman, photographer, and traveler. He has written numerous travel and legal articles over the years. He lives with his wife, two sons, and their incorrigible rescue dog, Wylie Coyote, in Del Mar, California.