It reads like a good intrigue yarn, but avoids all the possible pratfalls... the author hasn't created a long-winded, overly wordy affair. The writing is superb and it reads very quickly.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
Montreal-Based Author Robert Landori is available for Media Interviews About Fidel Castro, Cuba, Money Laundering & Terrorism – and, of course, the story behind "Havana Harvest", which is based on the trial and execution of Brigadier General Arnaldo Ochoa.
Montreal-based author Robert Landori will be in Florida this week, appearing at Books & Books in Coral Gables.
On Saturday, September 18th, Robert will be signing books at The Book Nook, Galleria Plaza,
West Bay Road, Georgetown, Grand Cayman from 11am - 3 pm.
‘Havana Harvest’ has received some welcoming early reviews:
"It reads like a good intrigue yarn, but avoids all the possible pratfalls... the author hasn't created a long-winded, overly wordy affair. The writing is superb and it reads very quickly." - The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"Spies, beaches, Miami, double-crossing agents - and it's all based on a true story." - MediaBistro.com | GalleyCat
The full press kit is available at http://www.robertlandori.com.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in 1934 in Budapest, Hungary, Robert Landori survived the Second World War after a short stint in a Soviet Army Labor Battalion. Robert Landori was for most of his professional life a senior Public Accountant, Mergers & Acquisitions specialist, and a Trustee in Bankruptcy in the Cayman Islands. Landori is now a security consultant who lectures frequently on money laundering and terrorism. His first book was the novel “Fatal Greed.”
ABOUT THE BOOK
In Cuba, General Patricio Casas must decide whether to support the revolution he has defended for so many years or do what is good for his people and challenge the selfish authoritarianism of the Castroite regime.
Meanwhile, CIA operative Robert Lonsdale is tasked with determining why a captain in Fidel’s army—who recently arrived in Miami with a suitcase full of money—seeks U.S. protection from a Colombian drug cartel and the Cuban secret police. Lonsdale is quickly drawn into a maelstrom of intrigue and murder from which there seems to be no escape—unless he can convince General Casas to help.
Montreal-Based Author Robert Landori is Available for Interviews About Fidel Castro, Cuba, Fidel Castro’s New Book, Money Laundering & Terrorism – and, of course, the story behind his book.