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Takedown free read ´ 6 é ☂ [PDF / Epub] ☁ Takedown By Jeff Buck ✐ – Berkingmad.co.uk Jeff Buck thought he'd seen it all Twenty years working undercover in the netherworld of drugs had left him burned out and grateful to assume the uiet job of police chief in the small town of Reminder Jeff Buck thought he'd seen it all Twenty years [PDF / Epub] Takedown By Jeff Buck Berkingmad.co.uk Jeff Buck thought he'd seen it all Twenty years working undercover in the netherworld of drugs had left him burned out and grateful to assume the uiet job of police chief in the small town of Reminder Jeff Buck thought he'd seen it all Twenty years working undercover in the netherworld of drugs had left him burned out and grateful to assume the uiet job of police chief in the small town of Reminderville.

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The insular St Regis Mohawk Indian Reservation from board rooms and biker wars to the frozen rivers that serve as private turnpikes for the drug gangs Buck opposes a serpentine criminal enterprise that has every reason to want to end his crusade in violence and bloodshedUltimately his efforts lead to an unprecedented slew of indictments on both sides of the border and prison terms for even the kingpins toppling an empire once deemed invincible Takedown spans the period of December to June.

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TakedownOhio That is until a simple domestic assault case turns out to have links to the murder of a drug runner in upstate New York and a syndicate smuggling billions of dollars in drugs across the US Canada borderAs Buck reluctantly plunges back into his old world of death and deceit he uncovers a complex chain linking the Hells Angels to the Russian Mafia in a plot to use Native American tribal land to smuggle their deadly wares into the United States From grow houses set ablaze in uebec to.

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  • Russell

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownReview of Takedownby Jeff Buckwith Jon Land Lindsay Preston Jon Land has proven once again that he’s much then just a thriller writer with Takedown This is Land’s second non fiction book spinning the story of one of the biggest drug busts in modern history born of an unholy alliance between the Hells Angels out of Montreal a corrupt Indian reservation in New York State and the Russian mob But the man at the center of the bust Jeff Buck actually comes from a small town in Ohio where he still serves as chief of police after a much lauded twenty year career as an undercover drug officer that rightfully earned him the nickname “Dope Ghost” This is Buck’s story told in nourish tough guy prose that features alterna


  • Mike Mackley

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownAnticlimactic finish In depth behind the scenes look at how an undercover cop was able to ultimately capture drug dealers Battle isnt necessarily with the Hells Angel's as much as it is dealers who got their supply from the HA Overall decent book A bit scattered at times


  • John Marricco

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownI would give this book a 35 really wish goodreads would let us do that This book was actually a lot of fun to read Jeff definitely knew what he was doing The one thing I didn't like was how it kind of tailed off at the end


  • Kathleen

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownAwesome book Great insight into what our LEO's have to do with in the drug war


  • Juliana Philippa

    Takedown free read ´ 6 Takedown— Check out my #Bookstagram post on Instagram —


  • Edwin Howard

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownTakedown A Small Town Cop's Battle Against the Hells Angels and the Nation's Biggest Drug Gang by Jeff Buck with Jon Land Lindsay Preston is an inspirational book about the war on drugs and how law enforcement fights it in today's world but it is also a history lesson using a case Jeff Buck worked on to show how criminal drug enterprises came to be and how they continue to evolve t


  • Felicia

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownI received this free through Goodbooks It's an excellent book Told from the writers point of view his real life and some from the suspects Having been with law enforcement I understood a lot of what was going on but I learned a few things too It's mostly about the US side in Ohio and NY alittle about some of his earlier busts so you know how things are properly done I'd say how he does it but he's correct and he does it properly Takes his time gathers his evidence etc Lots of paperwork So if you were hoping for a story about the HA's this isn't it It was the Canadian HA's There's a chapter or two that talks about them but it's about the untouchable tribal land between Canada and the US and the drug trade running through it and how they brought it down


  • Marlowe Fox

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownWhile this book was very interesting it actually had very little to do with the Hell's Angels They were a part of the Canadian but that wasn't the side of the case that this guy worked Besides that the book is filled with tales of his other busts and experiences thought his year undercover and that's all very interesting along side the main story However they need to fire their editor Information is repeated several times throughout and the redundancy becomes annoying The whole book reads as i


  • Sf

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownWell done and super interesting but it ended abruptly Jeff Buck set up a premise that really drew me in and I hope he will write about his career when he can I don't know if all his cases are closed or if any investigations are still ongoing which might explain the sudden ending; however if that is so I wish he would have explained that


  • SouthWestZippy

    Takedown free read ´ 6 TakedownFascinating story about the drug ring smuggling on the US Canadian border This book centers around the St Regis Mohawk Reservation Hells Angels and the drug gangs who were making thier living by being the dealers and runners I did not like the way the stories were broken up into different chapters Made the stories lose thier luster I would still recommend it it is very eye opening