Roberto Escobar operated for over fifteen years as the accountant for Pablo Escobar's Medellin drug cartel. He is now incarcerated in a maximum security prison and under 24 hour watch after handing himself into the Colombian authorities in 1992.
Told with a cool reserve... Escobar's life makes for a grim, ensnaring tale. - Kirkus Reviews Jaw-dropping... Roberto s portrait of his brother is an important corrective - Misha Glenny, The Sunday Times More eye-opening than a line of coke - Melanie McGrath, Evening StandardEscobar led such an extraordinary life that the narrative is always absorbing. - IndependentAuthoritative . . . remarkable. - Daily Express