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    Nice read

    Enjoyed it. Good story. Enlightening about the Cuba regime. It causes you to pick sides. Either for the millions of depressed Cubans or the thousands of exiles in the US who want reparations.
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    Excellent read

    This is a great crafted story, that is well researched & very realistic. Love Nelson DeMille's self deprecating humor for his main character. Really liked his John Cory series, & this book does not disappoint. Great Read.
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    Great read.

    Loved it. Mr. Demille at his best. It was a great story with great characters.
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    LOVED!!!

    LOVED this book! In this new series, the author introduces us to Mac, a military veteran who now owns and captains a boat that can be hired for fishing trips, etc. He's a bit world weary and full of sarcastic humor that made me laugh, even while the circumstances wouldn't have normally been funny. Mac is hired/coerced into taking a job in Cuba by joining an "educational tour" organized for Yale alumni. While he's on the tour, his employee will be captaining the boat while it participates in a fishing tournament in Cuban waters. However, this is all a front so that Mac, and his new partner, can get retrieve important treasures from Cuba and return them to their rightful owners. With his boat as their ride home, what could go wrong? Of course, the answer is just about everything. I loved how the author made Cuba feel real and illustrated just what it means to be in a police state. Cuba was so well described that it almost seemed to become a character of its own. Even though visiting a police state requires an entirely different set of rules and is a serious undertaking, the author still found a way to add humor while making it feel real. Mac is a great new character and I can't wait to read what his next adventures are in future book.s Fans of the genre will love this book - and if you're not a fan, this just might change your mind. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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    Rambles a bit

    I generally love this author and have read all bis books. That being said, I did not love tbis one. Seemed to ramble on a bit. I finisbed it only because I never not finish a book.
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