|About the Book|
Blood and Freedom is about the unconventional method of bringing to trial, a Latin American dictator who had been granted asylum in the United States. This story is captivating from the beginning, to the thrilling denouement when, with his mission seemingly completed, the hero is surrounded by traitors, whom he must overcome before truly calling his mission accomplished. Although set in the 1960s, in todays world of increasing uprisings and revolutions, this story of holding a ruler accountable for crimes against his countrymen, is extremely timely. It will be welcomed by lovers of fiction, and students of politics and history.