Elaine Shannon, acclaimed veteran correspondent for Time and Newsweek, is the author of the New York Times bestseller Desperados: Latin Drug Lords, U.S. Lawmen, and the War America Can't Win, which served as the basis for Michael Mann's Emmy-winning NBC miniseries Drug Wars: The Camarena Story, and its Emmy-nominated sequel, Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel. Shannon is a highly respected investigative reporter, trusted by law enforcement and intelligence organizations, and an expert on terrorism, organized crime, and espionage. She is the author of No Heroes: Inside the FBI's Secret Counter-Terror Force and The Spy Next Door: The Extraordinary Secret Life of Robert Philip Hanssen. She lives in Washington, D.C. You can contact her at Elaine@elaine-shannon.com.
"An investigative masterpiece...fascinating look...LeRoux is...one
of the most intriguing and frightening criminals I've ever read
about.... A stunning work by a master investigative
journalist."--Don Winslow, New York Times bestselling
author of The Cartel and The Power of the Dog
"The New Now of transnational crime. Elaine Shannon's incisive, you-are-there account of cyber-crime syndicate godfather Paul Calder LeRoux is a scorching, hair-raising glimpse into a new kind of criminal who's altogether terrifying because he's altogether real.--Dennis Lehane, New York Times bestsellingauthor of Mystic River and Gone, Baby, Gone