Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Colombian Betrayal

 Colombian Betrayal By Randall Krzak

Colombian Betrayal tears the cover off the drug trade and exposes the death, and violence behind the twisted connections between governments, revolutionaries, terrorists, and drug lords.

About the Author

Randall Krzak is a U.S. Army veteran and retired senior civil servant,spending thirty years in Europe, Africa, Central America, and the Middle East. His residency abroad qualifies him to build rich worlds in hisaction-adventure novels and short stories. Familiar with customs, laws,and social norms, he promotes these to create authentic characters andscenery.

His first novel, The Kurdish Connection, was publishedin 2017, and the sequel, Dangerous Alliance, was released in November2018. Both placed in the 2018 Global Thriller Book Awards sponsored byChanticleer International Book Awards, with The Kurdish Connectionfinishing as a semi-finalist and Dangerous Alliance being selected asone of seven first in category winners. The third novel in the series,Carnage in Singapore, was released in August 2019, and is currently asemi-finalist in the 2019 Chanticleer International Book Awards. He also penned "A Dangerous Occupation," a winning entry in the August 2016Wild Sound Writing and Film Festival Review short story category.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland andageneral Master in Business Administration (MBA) and a MBA with anemphasis in Strategic Focus, both from Heriot-Watt University,Edinburgh, Scotland. He currently resides with his wife, Sylvia, and six cats in Dunfermline, Scotland. He's originally from Michigan, whileSylvia is a proud Scot. In addition to writing, he enjoys hiking,reading, candle making, pyrography, and sightseeing.

Watch as an unholy alliance is formed when the profits of a Columbian drug lord Olivia Moreno, begin disappearing and deadly new international competitors appear on the horizon.

Moreno, head of the Barranquilla Cartel, strikes a deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). Little does she know she is signing her own death warrant! FARC has a group wanting a foothold in South America—the Islamic State, and she is in the way.

On the run, Moreno is captured by a CIA team. She spins a tale to use her money and manpower to destroy ISIS in an effort to save herself. Laws and rules of engagement are meaningless to Moreno, her life and her family are her only concern. Will the CIA leader fall for her offer?

Will team leader AJ Bruce strike a deal to turn the tables on Islamic State? Can she stop them from launching an attack on the United States? Or will she be too late?

Is it worth trading control of Afghanistan’s poppy fields with Moreno as a reward for her cooperation? Or is Bruce playing her in an attempt to double-cross her and kill two birds with one stone?

Get your copy today, and watch this high stakes game of kill or be killed.


  1. Never heard of this author, but I love, love, love these types of novels. I'm definitely gong to check out all the books. Hope you're doing well! Hugs, RO

  2. i don't know if i have read anything drug related that didn't take place south of the us columbia. this sounds intriguing
    sherry @ fundinmental




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