The breathtaking new thriller by suspense master David L. Robbins of a conspiracy so explosive, it could only be told as fiction. You know only half the story. Now the other half will blow you away.
Can one man make historyand can another change it with a single bullet? It was a question that Professor Mikhal Lammeck had devoted his life to answering. An expert on historys great political assassinations, hes come to Havana in the spring of 1961 to seek the answer firsthand. For the more he sees of Cubas charismatic revolutionary leader, Fidel Castro, the more hes convinced that hes witnessing that rarest anomaly: the man who can change history and who therefore must be murdered.
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"In this slow-moving and excessively talky novel, 16 years have passed (since The Assassins Gallery (2006), and Lemmeck, though overweight and overage, is still just as lethal." - Library Journal.
"Unfortunately, the author doesn't manage to overcome the challenges he sets for himself, and his efforts to weave together fictional characters and historical events are heavy-handed at best." - Publishers Weekly.
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David L. Robbins was born in Richmond, Virginia, on March 10, 1954. He grew up in Sandston, a small town east of Richmond. Both his parents, Sam and Carol, were veterans of WWII.
In 1976, Robbins graduated from the College of William & Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia, with a B.A. in Theater and Speech. He did not know what to do for a living, having little real theatrical talents, so he decided to attend law school. He received his Juris Doctorate at William and Mary in 1980. Robbins practiced environmental law in Columbia, S.C. for a year before turning his energy to a career as a freelance writer in 1981. He began writing fiction in 1990.
Robbins has published eight novels: Souls To Keep, a cosmic love story (published by HarperCollins in 1998); War Of The Rats, a book set during the ...
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