AUTHORS

Dan Slater

A lawyer-turned-writer, Dan Slater is the former legal affairs reporter for The Wall Street Journal and has written for The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, New York magazine, The Atlantic, GQ, and Fast Company. He is the author of Wolf Boys and Love in the Time of Algorithms. A graduate of Colgate University and Brooklyn Law School, he lives in New England.

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REVIEWS

A riveting story that takes us on an unforgettable descent into the dark heart of the drug trade.Michael Connelly

Engrossing and readable yet nightmarish vision of a hyperviolent and corporatised narcotics industry, seducing a new generation with minimal alternatives.
Kirkus

Wolf Boys should be required reading, especially for anyone who supports the blood-chilling, appalling trade in illegal drugs.Chuck Palahniuk

Wolf Boys reads like an astonishing fictional thriller reminiscent of Brian De Palma's Scarface, but even more astonishingly it depicts actual events. Shocking. Eye-opening. Riveting.David Morrell, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of MURDER AS A FINE ART

Wolf Boys is not just a page-turner, but a riveting cautionary tale.Allison Leotta, author of THE LAST GOOD GIRL

Read this book. It will reconfigure your understanding of the ongoing horror that is the War on DrugsT.J. English, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of WHERE THE BODIES WERE BURIED and HAVANA NOCTURNE