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Publication Date: 2011
Series: Cuban Trilogy
From bestselling ABA author Noel Hynd comes this new series set against the backdrop of Havana, an explosive capital city of faded charm locked in the past and torn by political intrigue. U.S. Treasury Agent Alexandra LaDuca leaves her Manhattan home on an illegal mission to Cuba that could cost her everything. Accompanying her is the attractive but dangerous Paul Guarneri, a Cuban-born exile who lives in the gray areas of the law. Together, they plunge into subterfuge and danger. Without the support of the United States, Alex must navigate Cuban police, saboteurs, pro-Castro security forces, and an assassin who follows her from New York. Bullets fly as allies become traitors and enemies become unexpected friends. Alex, recovering from the tragic loss of her fiancé a year before, reexamines faith and new love while taking readers on a fast-paced adventure. Readers of general market thrillers, such as John le Carré, David Baldacci, and Joel Rosenberg, will eagerly anticipate this first installment.
Elisabeth LutzHackettstown, NJAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great book.September 23, 2011Elisabeth LutzHackettstown, NJAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Noel Hynd is a great author & I thoroughly enjoyed "The Russian Trilogy Series" & have now started "The Cuban Trilogy" book 1. I think he is an author for both men and women.
JmalohaHonolulu, hawaiiAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5August 27, 2011JmalohaHonolulu, hawaiiAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the second book I've read by Noel Hynd. A very exciting and believable story. The characters are so real and the history throughout the story is fascinating. This is one good read.
kay4 Stars Out Of 5goodAugust 11, 2011kayQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4there were a lot of characters to keep straight in the story but yet, their development made it easy to keep the groups separate as you read the story. At times phrasing was a little edgy ....more of a gentle read espionage than a Christian novel. IF you are looking for Scriptures quoted to edify the characters and the reader, it is prob not the book for you. You could tell the main character was being drawn back into fellowship with the Lord Jesus