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Duct tape airlines and other stories

Author: A D Gatto
Publisher: Minneapolis : Hillcrest Media Group, 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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A frank, first hand look at the world of Marijuana trafficking. This narrative takes our main character Doc on a series of adventures and misadventures from the Texas/Mexican border to Colombia's verdant Guahira Peninsula to the brilliant blue green waters of the Caribbean Sea. Along the way, Doc finds himself in a Mexican border war, incarcerated in a Colombian dungeon, in a near fatal airplane crash and in a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Gatto, A.D.
Duct Tape Airlines and Other Stories.
Minneapolis : Hillcrest Media Group, Inc., ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: A D Gatto
ISBN: 9781937860806 1937860809
OCLC Number: 784884334
Notes: About the Author.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Epigraph; Prologue; Chapter 1: Field of Dreams; Chapter 2: La Fluer de la Noche; Chapter 3: Duct Tape Airlines; Chapter 4: Jungle Logic; Chapter 5: Welcome to the Hotel D.A.S.; Chapter 6: Conspiracy; Chapter 7: Finishing School; Chapter 8: Coco Loco; Chapter 9: Mobbed up; Chapter 10: Travels with Uncle Murray; Chapter 11: Ste. Barths; Chapter 12: Water Under the Keel; Chapter 13: Sidewalkers; Chapter 14: A Reason to Celebrate; Chapter 15: The Country Life; Chapter 16: Jammin' with my Uncle; Chapter 17: Regrets, I've Had a Few; Chapter 18: Going Down, Downeast; Postscript; Epilogue.
Responsibility: A.D. Gatto.

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A frank, first hand look at the world of Marijuana trafficking. This narrative takes our main character Doc on a series of adventures and misadventures from the Texas/Mexican border to Colombia's verdant Guahira Peninsula to the brilliant blue green waters of the Caribbean Sea. Along the way, Doc finds himself in a Mexican border war, incarcerated in a Colombian dungeon, in a near fatal airplane crash and in a "country club" Federal prison camp, where he encounters the likes of G. Gordon Liddy, Henry Hill and Rabbi Meir Kahane. More importantly he meets the people who will become his future as.

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Great Novel, recommended by son

by joelwasser (WorldCat user published 2012-10-08) Excellent Permalink

When my youngest came home for fall break (Brown University, he's a freshman), I asked him if he'd learned anything interesting.  His tuition sets us back roughly $55,000 a year, so I wasn't just making conversation.  Florida State University, my Alma mater, offered him a full ride plus...
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