The Harvard Press gave Furious: Sailing into Terror a great review. How did Jeffrey James Higgins, Bromfield Class of ’83, go from sailing a Sunfish on Bare Hill Pond to writing “Furious,” his debut novel in which two characters sail a 62-foot yacht across the Indian...
American Thinker published my article, Biden's Disgraceful Retreat. For more than a decade, I hunted terrorists as a supervisory special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and I believe that the United States' abandonment of Afghanistan is a disgraceful,...
Inverse magazine interviewed me in their article, "Peace Blockade," about the use of prohibited drugs by terminally-ill patients, Read the article
Leonardo Salvaggio and I had an interesting discussion about drug trafficking, DEA investigations, my favorite cases, interagency cooperation, US withdrawal from Afghanistan, and drug legalization. Watch it here.
July 2021 I published Forsaken, a serial story on Amazon's new serial platform, Vella. It's a military thriller with a strong female protagonist. The first eight episodes are live, and I'll post two episodes per week until the series ends. Presumed dead and abandoned...
July 9-11, 2021 I took part in several panels during the 2021 Imaginarium Convention in Louisville, KY. I moderated the “What a Mystery” and “Timelines” panels and also participated in the “Do You NaNo” panel. Check out the conference’s website.
July 6, 2021 Don Watkins interviewed me on The Don Watkins Show. We had a great conversation about writing. Listen to it here.
Alan Petersen and I discussed "Furious: Sailing into Terror," and our mutual love of writing, on Meet the Thriller Author. Listen to the podcast HERE.
Walter Donway wrote a wonderful review of "Furious: Sailing into Terror," for The Savvy Street.Read it here.
Jeff Higgins, a retired federal Drug Enforcement Agency special agent who helped bring in the first US narco-terrorism case, said it is possible that Coronel is cooperating. But he added that it is equally possible she was just trying to minimize her time in jail by pleading guilty.