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After slipping into the country on a small boat, Alex makes her way to Havana. 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 intrigue and danger in a climate of political repression and organized crime. Without the support of the United States, Alex must navigate Cuban police, saboteurs, pro-Castro security forces, and a formidable network of those loyal to the American underworld.
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Publication Date: 2014
Series: Cuban Trilogy
A thrilling compilation of three complete novels from bestselling author Noel Hynd's Cuban Trilogy.
Hostage in Havana
When Alexandra LaDuca illegally enters Cuba on the trail of an unsolved mystery, she gets more than she imagined. The stakes? Her life . . . plus a decades-old mystery to be solved, a pile of cash, and an unlikely defector. Espionage and unexpected romance smolder together in this exciting thriller set in Cubas isolated capital.
Murder in Miamai
Hostage in Havana. Caught between the Dosi cartel and cocaine profits, and the surreal and the supernatural . . . theres murder in Miami.
Payback in Panama
Alexandra LaDuca is at a crossroads. Her job is beating her up, emotionally and psychologically. And the moral battle between her faith and her responsibilities is taking its toll on her effectiveness. For the first time, she wonders how long she can last.
Noel Hynd has sold more than four million copies of his books throughout the world, including The Enemy Within and Flowers From Berlin. His most recent novel, Hostage in Havana, is the first book in the Cuban Trilogy starring Alexandria LaDuca. Hynd lives in Culver City, California.
Headed to Cuba on this covert mission for the CIA and as a favor for her friend, Alexandra remembers why she loves, and hates, being a secret agent. Before she even arrives onshore in Cuba, the Cuban Police are there to surprise her with gunfire. Just barely escaping, she walks for hours until finally finding a small shack where a family takes her in. Being separated from Guarneri, she later meets him at the designated hotel. They continue to run from the Cuban officials and from a paid assassin who has to kill them in order to save his own family. On this mission, Alex's faith grows as she learns to move on after the tragic murder of her fiance just a year and a half ago and rely on God's plan instead of her own (Psalm 118:8).
With a suspense-filled plotline and strong lead characters Noel Hynd's novel provides a good story, primarily for teens. Katie Schlemmer, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com