A New York detective's investigation of a Catholic
priest's murder leads him to a shocking drug plot that reaches the
highest seats of American power
Detective Mel Freedman's life changes forever the day Joe
Cullen walks into his New York City office to confess to murder.
Cullen, a pilot and Vietnam veteran, has come to admit his guilt in
the murder of an American priest, thrown from a helicopter to his
death in the jungles of El Salvador 800 feet below. But when a
prostitute to whom Cullen also confessed turns up dead, Freedman
quickly realizes that there is much more to Cullen's story than
meets the eye. As he digs deeper into the mystery, Freedman
unravels a tangled web of conspiracy stretching from the cocaine
fields of Central America all the way to CIA headquarters.
Tense and thought-provoking, The Confession of Joe
Cullen is a powerful thriller about government corruption and
the individuals who try to combat it, by one of the most masterful
American writers of the twentieth century.
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Howard Fast
including rare photos from the author's estate.