Cuba Libre


Author: Elmore Leonard

Set on the eve of the Spanish-American War, Elmore Leonard’s electrifying novel takes off like a shot. A spellbinding journey into the heart and soul of the Cuban revolution of a hundred years ago, “Cuba Libre” is an explosive mix of high adventure, history brought to life, and a honey of a love story–all with the dead-on dialogue and unforgettable characters that mark El….Read More

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