Act of Betrayal

Act of Betrayal

Book - 1996
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As Miami journalist Britt Montero probes the bombing murder of a TV commentator, she meets Alex Reyes, an ex-prisoner of Castro, and uncovers a series of mysteriously missing boys and the man responsible for her fathers execution by a Cuban firing squad thirty years earlier.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c1996.
ISBN: 9780786860982
0786860987
Characteristics: 292 p. ;,24 cm.

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paulsarkisian
Aug 24, 2015

Very satisfying detective/mystery novel. It was on a shelf in a vacation home, and I thought I'd better put in good word for the library website. Good characters, especially the lead heroine, who is a journalist. The book spins an involved plot that goes into interesting current events about Cuban immigrants and their struggle to free their homeland. The pacing is pretty good and the twists are not too outlandish.
Great, intriguing summer read.

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