Killing Pablo: The Hunt for the World's Greatest Outlaw
Publish date: 2015-07-14
Publisher: Grove Press
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, True Crime
, Military History
Mark Bowden has put together an outstanding researched narrative on the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar as Escobar put together his cocaine empire and slowly watched it dismantled by the combined efforts of the Colombian government and special units by the U.S. Bowden also dives deep into the charact...
Great read! Reads like a textbook (in a good way). Loads of information!
The subject matter was very interesting, but the author's writing style was odd and sometimes confusing.The story details the arrests and eventual killing of Pablo Escobar. The majority of the story deals with a relatively short time period, so if you're looking for a detailed history or life story...
This is great stuff! Bowden’s 1999 best-seller Black Hawk Down was a masterpiece of the genre. Killing Pablo, published in 2001, keeps that momentum going. It tells the tale of the rise and fall of, arguably, the greatest gangster (outside of government) of the 20th century. It is fast-paced, grippi...
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