They should have killed millionaire Wendell "Cat" Catledge, but they let him live while they sent his family and his yacht to a watery grave. They let him live knowing he could never find them in the deadly drug towns of Colombia, where they ruled as untouchable kings. Then, late one night Catledge receives a phone call--and one word launches one man's total war against a ruthless and terrifying evil.
|Publisher:||Penguin Group USA|
|Publish Date:||May 2012|
|Number of Pages:||392|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.45|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||4.5 x 8.0 x 1.0|
Stuart Woods was born in Manchester, Georgia on January 9, 1938. He received a BA in sociology from the University of Georgia in 1959. He worked in the advertising business and eventually wrote two non-fiction books: Blue Water, Green Skipper and A Romantic's Guide to the Country Inns of Britain and Ireland. His first novel, Chiefs, was published in March 1981. It won an Edgar Award and was made into a TV miniseries starring Charlton Heston.
His other works include the Stone Barrington series, the Holly Barker series, the Will Lee series, the Ed Eagle series, and the Rick Barron series. He won France's Prix de Literature Policiere for Imperfect Strangers. Currently, two of his novels, Under the Lake and White Cargo are under development as feature films.
American mogul Wendell Catledge survives an attack on his yacht in the Caribbean by South American drug pirates, but his wife and daughter are murdered. Catledge knows that the killers are easily lost in the drug towns of Columbia. But one night, back in the States, the phone rings and one word gives Catledge something to live for.