Book: Mr. and Mrs. Riveria by Liberty Dendroncategories: Book, Suspense, Thriller, Adventure, World of Shadows, Spy Story
Liberty Dendronabout this book: Catalina Riveria had a normal life. A life filled with family, friends, and a warm bed to sleep in, but that was before she ran into her husband. The night before they were abducted and chased. Now she's lost everything and living on the streets, struggling to stay alive one more day. But it won't be easy. Not when people want to kill her, cops want to arrest her. Justin's' career was everything a spy might aspire to, and his personal life was a brutal illustration of everything a spy is asked to sacrifice. Justin had few enduring non-work friendships only contacts and acquaintances. His prolonged absences had destroyed his marriage and he felt intense guilt. Sworn to secrecy and constantly driven by ulterior motives, he was a man with secrets wherever he went.
Mr. & Mrs. Riveria is a dramatic, hair-raising adventure, alive with extraordinary people only Liberty Dendron can weave into the strange and exotic world of Virginia and the Caribbean.
Set in Hampton Roads, Virginia just after the retreat from Saigon, this exciting spy story tells of two Americans fleeing for their lives into the wild, high country of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Thirty days after Justin Riveria married Catalina Walker, he was drafted and left her for the war. A sudden assignment of the CIA in the summer of 61 sent him off to write war stories and, before Catalina could join him, there he vanished. Justin disappeared completely, with last reports indicating that he had turned collaborationist. Soon after the war was over, Catalina moved to Hampton, Virginia, where she eventually found an unfamiliar and much changed Justin. Shabby, harassed, and strangely uncommunicative about his past, he seemed to be in trouble.
Filled with striking bits of local color, this tingling escape story depicts the turmoil and tension of a post-war American spy facing the trials of the Cold War.
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