Don Winslow’s THE CARTEL

Ten years ago Don Winslow wrote the thriller of the decade. The Power of the Dog was an epic thriller that detailed America’s thirty year war on drugs on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border. Ten years later he has done it again. Winslow blows The Power of the Dog away detailing the next ten years of the so-called “war” on drugs taking everything that was groundbreaking, epic and mind-blowing to a whole new level. … More Don Winslow’s THE CARTEL

Don Winslow’s THE TRAIL TO BUDDHA’S MIRROR

Neal Carey is a fantastic hero. He is far from your traditional PI, more book smart than street smart but enough street smarts to survive (but not enough to stay out of trouble). And he has to rely on his smarts because he doesn’t have the brawn to fight his way out of a paper bag. Throw in his unusual upbringing and you have a nicely complicated character. … More Don Winslow’s THE TRAIL TO BUDDHA’S MIRROR

Don Winslow’s A COOL BREEZE ON THE UNDERGROUND

Winslow shows that even with his debut he is a master storyteller. While his signature style is only beginning his precise plotting and eye for details makes this a great page-turner especially when trouble is never too far away. Throw in 1970s London and you couldn’t get any further removed from the Mexican borderlands … More Don Winslow’s A COOL BREEZE ON THE UNDERGROUND

Why THE POWER OF THE DOG must be made into a TV mini-series (hopefully by HBO)

The Power of The Dog ranks as the best thriller I have ever read. A call I can make unequivocally because it is the perfect thriller. It has everything you could possibly want; a rogue DEA agent, a charismatic Drug Barron, the Mafia, the CIA and much more. … More Why THE POWER OF THE DOG must be made into a TV mini-series (hopefully by HBO)