Baker & Taylor Hoping to further her bond with her new husband, Anthony, by visiting his Cuban home, Gail learns more about Anthony's divided loyalties between his Revolution-supporting family and dissident writer friends, one of whom has a son who is part of an underground plot to assassinate a top Cuban general. By the author of Suspicion of Innocence. 75,000 first printing.
Blackwell North Amer Miami lawyers Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana have recently been married. Gail hopes to learn more about her new husband by seeing the island that still claims his heart. Anthony's loyalties are divided between his family, who believe in the Revolution, and his friends, dissident writers Jose Leiva and Yolanda Cabrera. No one is aware that Yolanda's idealistic twenty-year-old son, Mario, belongs to an underground group plotting the assassination of a top Cuban general. The night before Gail and Anthony leave for Havana, the CIA pays a visit. They want Anthony to deliver a message to his brother-in-law, General Ramiro Vega: He is in danger, and unless he defects, he could be killed. Why is Vega so important to the CIA? The answer leads to the discovery of a violent death, a secret terrorist threat, and a love from the past that could tear Gail and Anthony apart.
Baker & Taylor Visiting the Cuban home of her husband, Anthony, Gail learns about Anthony's divided loyalties between his Revolution-supporting family and dissident writer friends, one of whom has a son who is part of a plot to assassinate a Cuban general.