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100 1  Porter, Bruce,|eauthor. 
245 10 Snatched:|bfrom drug queen to informer to hostage -- a 
       harrowing true story|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /
       |cBruce Porter. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bBlackstone Audio :|bMade available 
       through hoopla,|c2016. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (13hr., 12 min.)) :
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 0  Read by Roxanne Hernandez. 
520    Snatched is the electric tale by the New York Times 
       bestselling author of Blow, Bruce Porter, that tells the 
       true story of a woman caught between two worlds, with her 
       life dangling in the balance. Raised an aristocrat in 
       Colombia and educated in European schools, Pilar 
       transfixes everyone with her charm and her guile. She also
       falls for dangerous men and finds herself drawn into the 
       highest levels of the cocaine trade. After two failed 
       marriages and a harrowing escape from the drug life, she 
       settles down to a quiet existence in Florida with her 
       children-until her second husband tries to cut short his 
       prison term by giving her name over to members of a new 
       task force being formed by the DEA. They induce Pilar, now
       a middle-aged woman, to infiltrate the Cali cartel as the 
       head of a vast money-laundering sting. Named Operation 
       Princess, the scheme leads to the seizure of tens of 
       millions of dollars, along with some $500 million worth of
       cocaine and the exposure of hundreds of high-level 
       traffickers, becoming one of the most daring and 
       successful stings in DEA history. But Pilar plays her part
       too well. Her success as a money launderer gets her 
       kidnapped and then ransomed by a band of guerrillas in 
       South America-and the United States government refuses to 
       negotiate. It's left to her low-level handlers in the DEA 
       to get her back before her kidnappers discover they have a
       federal agent in their clutches. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Drug traffic|zUnited States|vCase studies.|vSound 
650  0 Women drug dealers|zUnited States|vCase studies.|vSound 
650  0 Informers|zUnited States|vCase studies.|vSound recordings.
650  0 Undercover operations|zUnited States|vCase studies.|vSound
700 1  Hernandez, Roxanne,|enarrator. 
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