I awoke to the scream of the MIG jets overhead. Damn, I thought, I didn’t know they let the Afghan Air Force have ammunition!
Evergreen, Colorado (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Terrence M. Burke, former Deputy Director and Acting Director of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, and Brook Forest Voices (BFV) have agreed to release Burke’s second book “Stalking the Caravan: A Drug Agent in Afghanistan 1971-1973” as an audiobook.
In 1971 Afghanistan, the rugged routes to Kabul teemed with worldwide youth in search of cheap drugs and enlightenment. With the idyllic dreamers came hardcore criminals. In “Stalking the Caravan,” then Federal Narcotics Agent Terrence Burke describes taking on criminals in Kabul while working undercover, often without backup, to dismantle smuggling operations in Afghanistan and India, using “renditions” to return fugitives like Timothy Leary to the U.S., teaming with the Soviet KGB to close a drug route through the USSR, and challenging criminals in the Royal Palace and the Afghan Police.
Scheduled for release this Fall, “Stalking The Caravan” will be narrated by Michael Pearl, narrator of Terry’s first book “Stories from the Secret War”, which told of Terrence’s role in the CIA’s war in the mountains of Laos, for which he was awarded the CIA Intelligence Star for Valor.
About Brook Forest Voices: a complete audio production studio located just west of Denver in Evergreen, CO, specializing in audiobook narration, production and publishing. BFV is designed to help large and small publishers, as well as authors, with all their audio needs. Publishers and authors wanting to learn more can visit http://www.brookforestvoices.com or contact Jaime Andrade, BFV Business Manager at 303-670-4145.