Cocaine Jungle

Author: F.W. Brown

ISBN: 978-1-60264-161-7 (softcover)

310 pages 

Will Bentley was a twice-elected Governor of the state of Kansas and one term President of the United States. Six months ago Bentley and his politically oriented wife vacated the White House after an unsuccessful bid for a second term. Two hours ago the New York Times hit the street with bold headlines reading EX-PRESIDENT ASSASSINATED. A sniper's bullet had reduced Will Bentley to a crumpled blood drenched heap at the entrance of the plush Pork Barrel restaurant in lower Manhattan.

As Governor, it was rumored that Will Bentley had done business with shadowy people in South America. It had involved providing secret cover for cocaine shipments flown from Colombia to Donaldson Air Field to Topeka. The alleged cocaine operation was never investigated. After Bentley won the presidential election the rumors went away. If he had been involved with any illegal cocaine deals in the past he apparently had gotten away with it- or had he?


Author, F. Washington Brown, a retired engineer formerly employed at White Sands Missile Range, NM is a freelance writer for New Mexico Magazine and pens a movie review column for the Alamogordo Daily News. The author is a world traveler and has lived in most of the countries he writes about for a period of a year or more.

Category: Action, Adventure, Fiction

Type: books

Vendor: F.W. Brown

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