THE QUIET HOUSES
Fall of the Narcs
DEA Agent Jeff Moore was portrayed by actor Bradley Cooper in Clint Eastwood’s movie, The Mule.
Jeff’s New York Times interview regarding his arrest of the world’s oldest and most successful cartel mule, Leo Sharp, became the basis for this film.
Inspired by real events, Jeff has now written the narrative crime thriller, The Quiet Houses.
Jeff transitioned to law enforcement after finding himself unemployed from his comfortable suburban job as a graphic artist. In 2003, Jeff spent a year undercover as a street junky visiting violent drug houses throughout Kansas City, Missouri alongside his informant, Tamera Mack, a boisterous, street-wise African American woman.
His life-changing and unbelievable journey with Tammy through a sea of lost souls, dangerous men and corrupt cops gives the reader a story that is difficult to put down.
Almost two decades later, Jeff is currently a DEA Special Agent in Detroit, Michigan.
The Quiet Houses Review from Stephen Murphy
“A must read for all
true crime fans”
— Stephen Murphy,
Retired DEA agent,
Advisor – Netflix Narcos,
Author – Manhunters: How We Took Down Pablo Escobar