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READER ´ DOC At the Devils Table FREE ☆ In this riveting and relentless nonfiction thriller award winning investigative reporter William C Rempel tells the harrowing story of former Cali cartel insider Jorge Salcedo an ordinary man facing an extraordinary dilemma—a man forced to risk everything to escape the powerful and treacherous Cali crHe is introduced to the godfathers of the Cali cartel who are at war with Escobar and desperately want their foe dead With mixed feelings Jorge agrees to help them Once inside Jorge rises to become head of security for Miguel Rodríguez Orejuela principal godfather of the 7 billion a year Cali drug cartel Jorge tries to turn a blind eye to the violence corruption and brutality that surround him and he struggles privately to preserve his integrity even as he is drawn deeper into the web of cartel operations Then comes an order from the godfathers that he can’t obey but can’t refuse Jorge realizes that his only way out is to bring down the biggest richest crime syndica I picked this book up in anticipation of Narcos the tv series on Netflix I'm so glad I came across this book It was packed with action lots of suspenseIt was neat how after reading the allure of the cartel was no longer alluring the one thing that attracted towards the story

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In this riveting and relentless nonfiction thriller award winning investigative reporter William C Rempel tells the harrowing story of former Cali cartel insider Jorge Salcedo an ordinary man facing an extraordinary dilemma a man forced to risk everything to escape the powerful and treacherous Cali crime syndicate Colombia in the 1990s is a country in chaos as a weak government battles guerrilla movements and narco traffickers including the notorious Pablo Escobar and his rivals in the Cali cartel Enter Jorge Salcedo a part time soldier a gifted engineer a respected businessman and family man and a man who despises Pablo Escobar for patriotic and deeply personal reasons The front cover of At the Devils Table doesn't do the book any favours as it looks like the kind of trashy novel you'd find in Poundland For the majority of the 300 hundred pages it's a half decent read I'm a fan of Narcos so I was anticipating an intriguing insight into the Cali Cartel the successors of Pablo Escobar's Medellin cartel It's always fascination to read about the ins and outs of a dark underworld like the drug trade but I don't feel At Devils Table delves far enough The book comes across as a surface skimmer with only a few scraps thrown at the reader and none of the gory details I wanted from a book like this I mean this guy was in the cartel so I really wanted full exposure but by the half way mark it was clear this was never going to happen The book becomes boring and a chore to get through I skimmed the last 50 or so pages The only good thing was it made me want to watch Narcos Season 3 which I've neglected since its release

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At the Devils TableTe of all time Thus begins a heart pumping roller coaster ride of intensifying peril Secretly aided by a pair of young American DEA agents Jorge races time and cartel assassins to extract damaging evidence help capture the fugitive godfather and save the life of a witness targeted for murder Through it all death lurks a single misstep awayWilliam C Rempel is the only reporter with access to this story and to Jorge who remains in hiding somewhere in the United States even the author doesn’t know where but has revealed his experience in gripping detail Salcedo’s is the story of one extraordinary ordinary man forced to risk everything to end a nightmare of his own makin My initial thought in purchasing this book was that it would be a slowdry read but still educational But when I started reading it I found it to be gripping and very enlightening The scary balancing act that the inside informant had to maintain took tremendous courage as his life and that of his family was constantly at risk The book provides a very informative account of how one of the major cartels in Columbia operated as a business organizaton in relating to its internal and external environments The powerreach and influence it had surpassed anything I could have imagined It was staggering yet they were defeated because we believe in and live by the rule of law as well as a moral code The cartel believed they could defy both but found out they could not Score a big one for the good guys and gals