Mexican Madness

On June 13, 2011, in Action/Adventure - Non-Fiction, by Andrew J. Rafkin

O.R.C.A., the independent worldwide agency that combats terrorism, drug trafficking and eco-sabotage, is called in by the President of the U.S. after a group of local physicians on their annual fishing trip in Mexican waters reel up a horrifying catch; a man’s mummy-wrapped body, with his organs harvested, one of many to finance the takeover of global economy and democracy’s destruction.

As the story unfolds O.R.C.A. discovers an alliance between the Russian and Mexican Mafia, as well as the Chinese Triad and Latin drug cartels, along with their governments, and it seems they’re one step behind and evil so coordinated it threatens world Armageddon.

The adventure is on, and the O.R.C.A. team uses everything from cutting edge ballistics to good old fashioned espionage tricks to put the terrorists out of commission. With a story line taken from the front pages of the news and near instantaneous electronic media bulletins, Mexican Madness is a startling and suspenseful reminder of the dangers faced in this brave new world we live in.

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