Cuba Straits (Doc Ford, Book 22) by Randy Wayne White
By Randy Wayne White
Document Ford’s previous pal, basic Juan Garcia, has long past into the profitable enterprise of smuggling Cuban baseball avid gamers into the U.S. he's additionally feasting on gains made by means of deciding to buy historic treasures for pennies at the buck. He prefers what purchasers name HPC items—high-profile collectibles—but whilst he manages to procure a suite of letters written through Fidel Castro among 1960–62 to a mystery female friend, it’s now not a question of cash anymore. Garcia has stumbled means out of his depth.
First Garcia disappears, after which the fellow to whom he bought the letters. while document Ford starts off to enquire, he quickly turns into confident that these letters comprise a mystery that somebody, or a few robust organization, can't let to be made public.
A lot occurred among Cuba and the USA from 1960–62. Many males died. a number of extra will not often be spotted.
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French Jesus Christ is exceeding severe, and just as well as merciful. T. Collier, 1648 Before proceeding to the resentment of unfairness that I think fueled the Renaissance passion for revenge plays, let me address some misconceptions about the cultural role of revenge in this era. Did revenge make Elizabethans miserable? Jonathan Gil Harris writes of the “physiological damage it was believed to cause the avenger”; it was “a major cause of melancholy” (101). To physiologists, Graham Holderness says, revenge was “psychologically and physically damaging,” an “obsessive passion, which produced symptomatic ill-health and nervous disorders” (51).
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