The Flower Man's Daughter
The violent coup that toppled Chilean president Salvador Allende in 1973 serves as the backdrop for this dramatic story about the experiences of a rookie CIA offi cer. Having just graduated from Yale, his ability to speak Spanish lands him in the capital of Chile just weeks before the revolution. His adventures there lead him to wrestle with ethical questions involving America's clandestine role in the destabilization of the Chilean government. When a kindly fl ower merchant and his wife are captured by military forces during the attack on the presidential palace, the young offi cer must make a diffi cult and dangerous decision that could change their lives forever.
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|Number Of Pages||260|
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