Marcus goes to war-torn Peru for one reason: to take home the woman he’s loved since his Peace Corps days — Marisa with the long dark hair and sparkling blue eyes. But when he arrives in Lima, he’s confronted by a general with a subpoena, agents with guns, and the startling accusation that she’s a key figure in one of the most bizarre terrorist movements in the world — and they want his help in bringing her to justice. His refusal to cooperate makes him a suspect as well, and he’s soon on the run, desperate to get her out of Peru. Is she the Marisa of his dreams, or is she the bomb-throwing terrorist on her wanted posters? The truth lies somewhere down the road, and nothing is going to stop Marcus from finding it — not the soldiers who dog his every step, not the terrorists who think he’s on their side, and not the hostile natives and witches who chase him through the eastern jungles.
About the Author: Maria Nieves Edmonds and David C. Edmonds
Maria Nieves Edmonds was born in Puerto Rico and was educated at the University of Puerto Rico and Florida State University. She was the associate provost at St. Petersburg College and is currently the director of Hispanic Center of Clearwater, Florida. She is well known for her community work with Hispanic youth. She is also the co-author of two award-winning novels with her husband, David. Dr. David C. Edmonds is a former Marine, Peace Corps Volunteer, academic dean and Senior Fulbright Professor of Economics with long experience in Latin America. He grew up in south Mississippi and Louisiana and studied at L.S.U., Notre Dame, Georgetown and American University in Washington, DC. He is an award-winning author of ten books of fiction and non-fiction.
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