Dale Greenwell Takes Readers Into Fight Against Drug Cartels

New thriller, ‘Code: Team Zebra’ addresses the real growing destructive force of drug cartels from fictional standpoint.

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Biloxi, MS (PRWEB) January 09, 2014

In "Code: Team Zebra: (Project 7)" (published by Trafford Publishing), author Dale Greenwell’s new thrilling novel, readers join Martin Houseman as he attempts to recover a mysterious document, stolen by the people who assassinated his associate.

Team Zebra is a small, top secret organization sponsored by federal funds under a fictitious research title and comprised of special operations veterans whose mission is to subvert and destroy international drug cartels. "Code: Team Zebra" sees a potential informant and a Team Zebra operative killed before an information exchange can take place. Suddenly, the mysterious document with career ending information for several U.S. political figures surfaces. Team Zebra must ensure it never resurfaces.

An excerpt from "Code: Team Zebra":

"Two suppressed flashes burst above the tall figure’s coat pocket, stabbing the darkness, burning flesh, drawing blood. Ben reeled backwards, falling over the dead messenger. The assassin unscrewed the silencer and dropped it into his coat pocket, then bent over the dying agent and unzipped the fleece jacket. ‘Sorry, Ben. It’s the nature of the beast.’"

Critics are responding well to "Code: Team Zebra." "Descriptive language paints sharp images of rural America, particularly in Wyoming in this work, the author's love of very fabric of this nation made deliciously apparent," says the U.S. Review of Books.

"Code: Team Zebra"
By Dale Greenwell
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 382 pages | ISBN 9781490713908
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 382 pages | ISBN 9781490713885
E-Book | 382 pages | ISBN 9781490713892
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

About the Author

Dale Greenwell has bachelor’s degrees in anthropology and history and a master’s degree in anthropology. He served with the U.S. Army Security Agency for six years with assignments in Japan, Iran and Vietnam and he was in the legal and insurance investigations field until his retirement. He authored three books: "Twelve Flags – Triumphs and tragedies," "Third Mississippi Regiment, CSA" and "The Greatest American." Greenwell has also contributed to many magazines and journals, and is a newspaper columnist of cultural history. He is a Freemason, a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and a member of the American Legion. He resides in Mississippi with his wife Frances.

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