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Publisher's Summary

New Zealand's underworld of organized crime and deadly gangs. 

"The best true-crime book of the year by a long stretch." (Steve Braunias, Newsroom)

"A series of rip-snorting yarns about gangs, drugs, fancy cars, wads of cash, violence, and guns - Aotearoa New Zealand style." (Simon Bridges) 

New Zealand is now one of the most lucrative illicit drug markets in the world. Organized crime is about making money. It's a business. But over the past 20 years, the dealers have graduated from motorcycle gangs to Asian crime syndicates and now the most dangerous drug lords in the world - the Mexican cartels.

In Gangland, award-winning investigative reporter Jared Savage shines a light into New Zealand's rising underworld of organized crime and violent gangs.

The brutal execution of a husband and wife; the undercover cop who infiltrated a casino VIP lounge; the midnight fishing trip that led to the country's biggest cocaine bust; the gangster who shot his best friend in a motorcycle shop: These stories go behind the headlines and open the door to an invisible world - a world where millions of dollars are made, life is cheap, and allegiances change like the flick of a switch.

©2020 Jared Savage (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

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