Without the support of the United States, Alex must navigate Cuban police, saboteurs, pro-Castro security forces, and an assassin who follows her from New York. Bullets fly as allies become traitors and enemies become unexpected friends. Alex, recovering from the tragic loss of her fiance a year before, reexamines faith and new love while taking readers on a fast-paced adventure. Readers of general market thrillers, such as John le Carre, David Baldacci, and Joel Rosenberg, will eagerly anticipate this first installment.
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By Evelyn J Martin on 14-08-12
Enjoyable, a bit predictiable, but entertaining.
Would you listen to Hostage in Havana again? Why?
Maybe, sometimes when I'm working my focas shifts a little and I miss some of what I'm listening to but I usually go back and pick it up. Some of the books I've listened to a second time are more enjoyable because I pick up on those lost segments.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
I wanted more details. The details throughout the book were excellent but I found the ending lacking.
Which character – as performed by the narrator – was your favorite?
Hard to pick just one,but I think Paul was my favorite.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes and I almost made it.
Any additional comments?
I received my Kindle Fire for Christmas and discovered Audible almost immediately. I don't think I will ever read a book again. It is so wonderful to be able to listen to a great book while doing something else and not having to limit reading to the so prescious leasure time we have. Thanks Audible, you are my expensive habit.
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By Librarian on 12-01-13
A good PG espionage/suspense novel.
The message of this novel for me is that the politics of Cuba/America is still locked somewhere between 1960's & 1970's. I enjoyed the action & politics, the characters, & the narrator. The story was told in such a way that if it were a film I would rate it PG. Yes, I recommend this book & if it is representative of the author 's style, I would buy another book in the series. I am happy to find another espionage writer who sticks with the story without throwing in explicit sex or gore.
I was comfortable with the narrator as I have listened to him before. His voice for the female lead was appropriate & not distracting. Also, Dick Hill's narration gave credence to the descriptive passages & male characters.