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Caught in a Web

by Joseph Lewis  US United States

October 2, 2018   |    1,244 reads    |   0 comments

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Caught in a Web - Book coverThe bodies of high school and middle school kids are found dead from an overdose of heroin and fentanyl. The drug trade along the I-94 and I-43 corridors and the Milwaukee Metro area is controlled by MS-13, a violent gang originating from El Salvador. Ricardo Fuentes is sent from Chicago to Waukesha to find out who is cutting in on their business, shut it down and teach them a lesson. But he has an ulterior motive: find and kill a fifteen-year-old boy, George Tokay, who had killed his cousin the previous summer.

Detectives Jamie Graff, Pat O’Connor and Paul Eiselmann race to find the source of the drugs, shut down the ring, and find Fuentes before he kills anyone else, especially George or members of his family. The three detectives discover the ring has its roots in a high school among the students and staff.

Author's Note: 

The book is based upon Lewis's work with adolescent youth as a counselor and administrator, written in such a way that carries the reader on a crime thriller adventure.

About The Author

Joseph Lewis has written four books before Caught in a Web: Taking Lives; Stolen Lives; Shattered Lives, and Splintered Lives. Lewis has been in education for 41 years and counting as a teacher, coach, counselor and administrator. He is currently a high school principal and resides in Virginia with his wife, Kim, along with his daughters, Hannah and Emily. His son, Wil, is deceased. His style of writing and his books have been compared to James Patterson and his readers point to outstanding character development. His books keep the reader turning pages and thinking about the characters... more

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