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An account of a reporter's life in Colombia And where the drug lords who rule the country have declared a total and absolute war on the media and are winning. The former members of the author's investigative unit are now dead or living in exile.


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An account of a reporter's life in Colombia And where the drug lords who rule the country have declared a total and absolute war on the media and are winning. The former members of the author's investigative unit are now dead or living in exile.

36 review for Death Beat: A Colombian Journalist's Life Inside the Cocaine Wars

  1. 5 out of 5

    David Corzo

    Descontando el montón de errores de edición (asumo que ese es el proceso) que tiene: palabras mal escritas, falta de tildes y palabras que el corrector de escritura cambió por otras que no tienen sentido, el libro es excelente.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This book tells the incredible story of Colombia's journalists in the 1980s and 1990s. Working under constant threat of death, these courageous journalists exposed the links between the Colombia government, right wing paramilitaries, and drug traffickers. I found this account inspiring and engaging. However, I think that it's structure, which is more thematic than chronological, would be tough for someone unfamiliar with recent Colombian history to follow, so I'd recommend it more to readers wit This book tells the incredible story of Colombia's journalists in the 1980s and 1990s. Working under constant threat of death, these courageous journalists exposed the links between the Colombia government, right wing paramilitaries, and drug traffickers. I found this account inspiring and engaging. However, I think that it's structure, which is more thematic than chronological, would be tough for someone unfamiliar with recent Colombian history to follow, so I'd recommend it more to readers with knowledge of Colombia. A better choice for those wanting a primer on human rights in Colombia would be More Terrible Than Death.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Cohan

    A riveting, personal account of a journalist covering the drug wars in Colombia. Anyone who still thinks doing drugs is a victimless crime should read this book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Deann Alford

    This is a really good book about those who give their lives to serve Colombia through journalism and politics.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

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    Frank

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    Janice Yucel

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    G. ♣godinezjlcsr6♣ Freeman

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    Rick Perez

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    Kyle

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    Andrea Koskey

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    Eugene du Plessis

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    Aziz Sadykov

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    Arthur Bartram

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    Nanci

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    Laura Shoaps

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    Odessa

  35. 5 out of 5

    Catalina Abello

  36. 4 out of 5

    Virgínia Brito

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