Pinched, by Wilson C. Carter III, is a thrilling true story

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(1888 PressRelease) "He spoke to Marco with venom coating every syllable 'I am the Patron. I am the boss. My name is Carlos Castano and you belong to me now. Ese aire que estas respirando, ahora es mi aire, the air you breath into your lungs, is now my air.'"

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Pinched, by Wilson C. Carter III, is a thrilling true story struggle and survival in the violent world of Colombian cocaine smuggling (1888 PressRelease) "He spoke to Marco with venom coating every syllable 'I am the Patron. I am the boss. My name is Carlos Castano and you belong to me now. Ese aire que estas respirando, ahora es mi aire, the air you breath into your lungs, is now my air.'" Wilson C. Carter III's novel, Pinched, is a gripping thriller that tells the electrifying true story of Marco, a poor adolescent Colombian fisherman whose ambitions and dreams of wealth result in his forced servitude to the A.U.C, a ruthlessly violent para-military organization operating at the height of Colombia's war torn, drug-fueled civil war. The adventure thrusts the reader into the mind and soul of Marco, who's charged with the dangerous responsibility of moving millions of dollars in cash and thousands of kilos worth of cocaine through the treacherous jungles of Central and South America and the Gulf of Mexico's unforgiving waters. Throughout the journey Marco must endure and survive bitter betrayal, unrelenting greed, forbidden romance, and adrenaline fueled battles bursting with bloody violence, all while maintaining the essential wisdom of remaining true to yourself and above all, following your heart. Wilson Carter's suspenseful novel of intrigue and personal struggle promises to keep readers intrigued from cover to cover. For more information regarding Pinched, or to contact author Wilson C. Carter III, please visit http://www.wilsoncarter3.com or www.greenivybooks.com. http://www.greenivypublishing.com

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