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“William Ungerman, The Devil's Finger - I picked up...”

Written on: 30/09/2004 by F I Heilig (1 review written)

William Ungerman, The Devil's Finger - I picked up this paperback book entirely by accident while browsing amongst the racks at Barnes and Noble. What I found turned out to be quite a read. The cover is a bit garish, but I have to say, drew me to pick it up and investigate. I finished it in two sessions and haven't stopped sweating yet.

Granger and Rawlings, are two ex (but maybe not) Delta Force assassins/snipers, all-around-terminators that get involved in a botched mission in Beirut… Read Full Review

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“The Devil's Finger ”

Written on: 23/08/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

The Devil's Finger
William Ungerman
Jove, Oct 2004, $6.99, 400 pp.
ISBN: 051513841X

Drug lord Esteban Rios runs the border town of Zapata. He controls the police chief, the city council, and the only bank. He builds clinics and playgrounds while running drugs across the border where he owns and operates brothels. His reign of terror extends to the monthly games; these events enable incarcerated Mexican men an improbable chance of freedom if they remain alive long enough. The only… Read Full Review

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