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The Cuban Connection: Operation Sugar Cane

Robie, Donna Marie

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ISBN 10: 059527501X / ISBN 13: 9780595275014
Published by iUniverse Inc, NE, 2003
Used Condition: Fine Paperback
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Tight, bright and clean paperback. Some dogeared pages. Only one previous owner. Inscribed and dated by author. "A riveting tale paralleling strained relationships, where land is land and blood is blood," and which asks, "Just how much must one country shed?". Bookseller Inventory # mm001045

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Title: The Cuban Connection: Operation Sugar Cane

Publisher: iUniverse Inc, NE

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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THE MAN: Has Juan Martianos taken the phrase, "What can you do for your country?" to the extreme? How does a patriotic, Cuban sugar cane plantation owner end up in America as a high-ranking comrade in the A.C.P., and just how far will he go for the love of his country?

THE COUNTRY: Beginning with marauding pirates, fierce Spanish conquistadors, greedy American capitalists, corrupt tyrants and Communists--at what price does the "Jewel of the Antilles," a beautiful, vibrant, but hostile country, whose motto is "Homeland or Death," get robbed time, after time, of its freedom?

THE OPERATION: Masterminded by a man who is himself an orphan, how does an American-based orphanage, housing Cuban refugee boys, perform acts of treason against the powerful U.S.?

THE CHILDREN: In a country whose advertised slogan is "Nada de muy importante de nino," - why must children pay for their fathers' sins? Meet Sara Martin, the beautiful daughter who is about to become entangled in the tumultuous, parallel relationship between Cuba and the United States.

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The author is a single mother of two wonderful and talented children and is a native of New Hampshire, currently residing in Henniker, New Hampshire, ?The only Henniker on Earth.? She is employed as a Litigation Statistician for an international insurance company. An avid supporter of charitable events for children, the elderly, and her community, she has a truly altruistic spirit.

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