Cartel El Corazon Negro by John Henry "Doc" Holliday

An unlucky American gets involved with a Mexican Drug Cartel

Cartel el corazon negro

       a story of intrigue, suspense, love, relationships, mystery and life-changing experiences. Come take a ride with Robert “Buddy” Rich as his life intersects with some very interesting characters and places. Witness the inter-workings of a Mexican drug cartel family. Get inside the minds and routines of a sheriff’s department.

Genre: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Action & Adventure

Language: English

Keywords: mystery, drug cartel, love, romance, drama, comedy

Word Count: 121,221

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The book has sold a few e-books, paperbacks and many audiobooks

Sample text:


      Robert ‘Buddy” Rich was a down on his luck kind of guy. Maybe better described as just a no luck kind of guy. As he sat on the cold, bare cement floor of the holding cell crowded with so many other people, he pondered how his luck had failed him yet again.

     Just hours earlier, he had been the life of the party at his birthday bash. What a party! All his friends and family were there and the food and booze flowed till two AM.    His wife, Pam, took his keys from him and told him he could catch a ride home with a friend because she was going to be damned if he was throwing up in her new car again. “Buddy”, she chided, “once was more than enough, and you are wasted worse than George Jones on a three-day bender.” “Sweee, sweet, sweetie, “Buddy stammered, “You’re gonna make me ride home with someone else on my birthday?” “Damn right, “She spewed, “pity the poor fool who volunteers.” So, Pam went around the room searching for the most sober person she could find to volunteer for the ride. Billy Simpson was new to the group, young and engaging and not much of a drinker. Pam spotted Billy across the room and like a rocket was in his face. “Billy, are you in driving condition?” Pam queried. “Sure, am maam, need a lift?” Billy chirped with a smile. “Well, yes and no,” Pam responded, “I need a lift, but it’s not for me, it’s for the birthday boy.” “Well of course I will, “Billy answered, “It will be my pleasure and I will assure you that he will arrive safe and sound.” Thank you, Billy,” Pam added,” you are my new best friend.”

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Already translated. Translated by Tochukwu Benedict Ezeifekwuaba
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Already translated. Translated by Tochukwu Benedict Ezeifekwuaba
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Already translated. Translated by Tochukwu Benedict Ezeifekwuaba
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Already translated. Translated by Cristina López
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