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Book: Among Friends - Travels in Cuba by Heather Murray
What's it like to live in a modern city where water and electricity, soap and paper are rationed? How do you find a pop-up restaurant in the depths of the countryside? Among Friends: Travels in Cuba is an account of one person's discovery of Cuba as it moves towards a more open economy. With an eye for the telling details of daily life, Murray first explores Havana and then other provinces to the [...]
 
Book: Memories From the Land of The Intolerant Tyrant by Gus Venegas
This book which details truthful events during the Cuban revolution and life under Castro. The Venegas family witnessed the transformation of the Cuban Revolution into the Western Hemisphere's most oppressive political, economic and cultural dictatorship. For all Cubans that suffered under Castro's intolerant tyranny, you could say that the truth is our vengeance.
 
Book: Images of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean, a tropical paradise where lovingly preserved 1950s American cars adorn streets lined with crumbling, centuries-old buildings. And, somehow, the seemingly incongruous all fit together in one of the safest and most photogenic countries in the world. A living museum, Cuba effortlessly appeases all the senses. With its warm, educated, population and famed [...]
 
Book: Classic Cars of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Due to its unique history, many of Cuba's aspects remain frozen in time. With an estimated 60,000 antique vehicles still in active use, it has more classic cars per person than any other nation in the world. A lifetime after rolling off Detroit production lines, yank tanks manufactured by Ford, General Motors, Chrysler and others remain in active service on Cuban streets. Once the exclusive [...]
 
Book: Murder in Cuba (Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series Book 8) by Dianne Harman
The Grand Slam Club. Is it worth murdering for? Over 450,000 books sold by this USA Today Bestselling Author. This is the eighth book in the popular Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series. Cuba - a land of classic cars, beautiful beaches, salsa music, and the best cigars in the world. When Mike's friend, Jack Trout, asks Kelly and Mike to join his wife and him on an exploratory trip to a Cuban island, [...]
 
Book: The Mares of Lenin Park by Agustin Martinez
Winner of Prize Americana, The Mares of Lenin Park is the story of Uli, a fourteen-year-old Cuban boy, who struggles to reconcile his deceased father's heroic past with his mother Graciela's new marriage. Finding it more and more difficult to live in the economic times of Cuba following the fall of the Soviet Union, Uli learns that the Revolutionaries are closer than expected - dealing drugs to [...]
 
Book: The Ajax Protocol (The Project) by Alex Dain
Book Seven: The Ajax Protocol - The Project is a Black Ops intelligence unit reporting only to the President of the United States. When an assassination attempt takes the President out of commission, the Project is caught up in a conspiracy that threatens to spark a world war and runs a lot deeper than just trying to kill the leader of the free world. Led by Director Elizabeth Harker, the Project [...]
 
Book: Deadly Passage by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
If terrorism weren't bad enough, the homegrown variety is even worse. Deadly passage explains, in part, what can drive Americans to follow the example of Islamic terrorists and attack their own country? From Five Star Review: The quality of the writing in this book can be summed up in the following way. I know almost nothing about sailing, do not care to know, yet my interest was retained through [...]
 
Book: south of good (Hardin Steel Book 1) by Randall Reneau
Forced out of the DEA after twenty years, Hardin Steel, Stainless to his close friends, has managed to get himself elected Sheriff of Cameron County, Texas. Twice divorced, with a bit of a drinking problem, he's now dating Rory Roughton, a fiery sixth-generation Texan who's as rich as she is beautiful and hell-bent on keeping Steel on the straight and narrow. But then his best friend, Wes [...]
 
Book: The Tragedy of Fidel Castro by João Cerqueira
Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014 Winner in Multicultural Fiction The USA Best Book Awards 2013 Winner in Multicultural Fiction Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014 Finalist in Literary Fiction The USA Best Book Awards 2013 Finalist in Historical Fiction ForeWord Book of The Year Awards 2012 Winner in Translations (Bronze medal) Nominated for the Montaigne Medal 2014 Winner Global Ebook Awards 2014 - [...]
 
Book: Paul O'Leary - overseas adventures by Michael Mardel
6 countries in 6 weeks. Paul O'Leary is on his third trip in this trilogy, going to all the places overseas where his father has been. He is travelling with both his parents and they have their moments of stress as well as adventure. The story includes a few Internet places and how to navigate your way around strange cities. There's some out of the way places like St. Brigid's Well and Tower in [...]
 
Book: Marco Polo (Z-Spot Diaries Book 8) by Zoe Scarlatti
Marco Polo is Short Episode 8 of Zoe Scarlatti's Z-Spot Diaries. Zoe wanted a weekend of R&R in Havana after a particularly trying week. But Uncle Carlo had different ideas. As is so often rge case, Zoe must react swiftly to hit a target of opportunity. All of a sudden the national front-runner is clogging the pool filter. Who'll be the decider now?
 
Book: Sierra Padre (Z-Spot Diaries Book 12) by Zoe Scarlatti
Sierra Padre is Short Episode 12 of Zoe Scarlatti's groundbreaking @ZspotDiaries. Back on the campaign trail? Well, not exactly. Zoe's eyes tend to glaze over whenever the subject of politics comes up. But as one of the nation's most sought after assassins, she'll necessarily be making a list, and checking it twice. The epitome of a target-rich environment.
 
Book: Chasin' the Wind - A Mick Murphy Key West Mystery Novel by Michael Haskins
"Chasin' the Wind" nails the colorful and often violent action in both Key West, Florida, and Havana, Cuba. It navigates corruption and small town politics in the southernmost city of the United States. Mick Murphy bumps into a scheme to topple Cuba's communist government and throws Cuban exiles and military deserters, neurotic federal agents, plus a few unique Key Westers into a brew that [...]
 
Book: Deep Vice (Jack Carlyle Detective Series) by Wilson Schroeder
Miami Detective Jack Carlyle returns following his triumphant introduction in Vice Mode. amzn.com/B00P1WXAP4 - Jack's a romantic at heart. But this time sentimentality might just punch his ticket. Along with partner Joe Rodriguez, we join Carlyle for a harrowing and hilarious romp through his Bolivarian Republic of South Florida. Venezuelan socialite Ysabel Concepcion hires Jack to investigate [...]
 
Book: Four Months in Cuba - A Titus Ray Thriller by Luana Ehrlich
He thought it would be a simple rescue mission. He was wrong. Days after preventing a sarin gas attack on the nation's capital, CIA operative, Titus Ray, arrives in Santiago de Cuba on a mission to rescue fellow operative, Ben Mitchell, from the hands of the Los Zetas drug cartel. It wasn't simple . . . After discovering Ben's abduction was more than a simple kidnapping, Titus joins forces with [...]
 
Book: Forgotten Objects by Carlos Rubio
FORGOTTEN OBJECTS traces the life of Anna d'Amio, daughter of opera singers Louis and Francesca d'Amio, from Mussolini's Italy to the city of Pittsburgh during the mid sixties. The novel proper is made up of three parts: Italy, Cuba and United States. Married at seventeen and widowed at twenty, Anna leaves war-torn Italy to find her fortune in Cuba, where she eventually meets Ramon Contreras, a [...]
 
Book: Tempt Fortune by Hebby Roman
Desperate to escape an arranged marriage, Angelina Herrera flees from Cuba to Key West to start a new life and build her own business. But when her past catches up with her, she realizes the only way she can avoid the arranged marriage is to marry another ... in name only. Drawn to the fiercely independent beauty Angelina, Cuban revolutionary, Alejandro Estava marries her. Though outwardly he [...]
 
Book: They're Off and Running - From Jockey to Starter by Cathleen Mills-Whitlatch
Horse racing . From 1929, starting out as a 14year old jockey, Bill Mills relates interesting stories from his life around horses, the race track and becoming the starter at the famous Santa Anita race track in Arcadia, California. Hear about the highs and the lows of traveling the country, going from city to city and working different horse race meetings. Each race track has its own personality [...]
 
Book: Rum & Red Peppers - 80 Caribbean, Armenian, Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Recipes by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Rum & Red Peppers features 80 easy-to-follow recipes, illustrated with 164 full-colour photographs. Classic, inspired, and brand new creations by Wayne Gerard Trotman and Sherrie Trotman that reflect the traditional cuisines and rich cultural diversity of Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean, Armenia, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Traditional recipes include Caribbean Chicken Stew, [...]
 
Book: Assata Shakur - A 20th Century Escaped Slave by Barbara Casey
In May 1973, Assata Olugbala Shakur was involved in a shootout on the New Jersey Turnpike in which she was accused of killing New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster and assaulting Trooper James Harper. This resulted in her indictment of first-degree murder of Foerster and seven other felonies related to the shootout. A member of the Black Panther Party, she became a prime target of the Federal [...]
 
Book: A Guide to Foreign Obama Cartoons by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
The cartoons we have identified in this guide are mostly foreign in origin although in many instances they are written in English, clearly prepared for distribution and use in English-language publications. Many foreign cartoons about Obama are seen to be insensitive, offensive, irreverent, vulgar, racist and otherwise "politically incorrect". They are often rated unsuitable for American [...]
 
Book: Thursday at Noon - a Mideast Political Thriller by William F. Brown
Treachery and double-dealing are the rule in this spy vs spy thriller. A dead Mossad agent, Nazi rocket scientists, the Moslem Brotherhood, a corrupt American ambassador, and two missing Egyptian tank regiments - somebody's trying to start another Arab-Israeli war. Richard Thomson is a burnt-out CIA agent who the Agency dumped in Egypt because they couldn't think of a worse place to send him. [...]
 
Book: DYING TO MAKE A FILM - It Was a Dream Worth Dying For by Ray Mann
At the age of 23, childhood actor Ray V. Mann is ripped from his seat and thrown overboard into the Atlantic Ocean. Sharks immediately begin to circle. The young man struggles to stay afloat, pleading to be let back onto the boat, but the man above is convinced Ray is a cop. They're on a drug run, from Cuba to Nassau, and this is a test. The sharks close in and he can't swim anymore, and as Ray [...]
 
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