Recently married, Gail Connor hopes to learn more about her husband by visiting Cuba, his ancestral home. Anthony Quintana's loyalties are divided between his family, believers in the Revolution, and his friends, including dissident writer Yolanda Cabrera. No one is aware that Yolanda's twenty-year-old son, Mario, belongs to an underground group plotting the assassination of a Cuban general. The night before Gail and Anthony leave for Havana, the CIA pays a visit. They want Anthony to deliver a message to General Ramiro Vega: He is in grave danger, unless he defects. Why is Vega so important? The answer leads to the discovery of a secret terrorist threat, and a love from the past that could tear Gail and Anthony apart.
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by Barbara Parker
by Matthew Parker
by John McFetridge
by Donald E. Westlake
by Richard Stark
by William Landay
by Dashiell Hammett
by Brett Battles
"After a quickie marriage, Miami lawyers Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana travel to Havana to honeymoon, staying at his sister, Marta's, house. Marta is married to General Ramirez Vega, a rising star in Castro's government, and someone the CIA wants Anthony to convince to defect so he can confirm information given to them by someone else. William Dufris provides unique voices for a myriad of characters and endless energy for plenty of action. Descriptions of Havana's fifty-year-old exhaust-spewing cars and its beautiful but crumbling architecture come alive in Dufris's narration. Most importantly, Dufris's voice draws the listener into the heart of the story, Anthony's love for the country he was forced to leave when he was a teen. K.A.T. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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