|Devil to Pay, the (2006) [Novel]|
by Junius Podrug Harold Robbins
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(From the publisher):
Nash Novak, a struggling Seattle businesswoman who has been framed for arson and murder, is in desperate need of money for her defence. The only way for her to get it: a coffee plantation she has inherited. But there's a catch - she has to run the plantation, deep in the jungles of Colombia, a land of drug lords and warlords. The mysterious inheritance of the plantation, from the father she had never met, comes at the same time a criminal conspiracy is turning Nash's life into a living hell - a conspiracy that stretches all the way to Colombia. But no one brings as much danger to Nash's life as Pablo Escobar, king of the Medellin drug cartels, considered the most dangerous man in Colombia. Things get even more complicated when Nash's quest to clear herself takes her to Shanghai, home of the powerful Chinese Triads that control the flow of dirty money from gambling, prostitution, drugs, and murder. Refusing to let the cartel's murderers drive her off the plantation and ruin the lives of hundreds of families who work it, Nash Novak tackles organized crime and police agencies on two continents to save her plantation... and stay alive.
Original title: The Devil to Pay
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Women