Suspicion of Rage

Suspicion of Rage With Cuba As A Sizzling Setting And A Provocative Murder That Hits Close To Home, New York Times Bestselling Author Barbara Parker Delivers Her Most Unpredictable Novel To Date Married Miami Lawyers Gail Connor And Anthony Quintana Travel To Cuba To See The Island That Still Captures Anthony S Heart But The Trip Is Anything But Nostalgic As Gail And Anthony Face Violence, Murder, A Terrorist Threat, And A Past Love That Could Tear Them Apart

Barbara Parker 1946 or 1947 2009 was an American mystery writer She wrote 12 novels, the first of which, Suspicion of Innocence, was a finalist for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for best first mystery novel by an American author Parker was on the national board of the Mystery Writers of America and was the chair of its membership committee for two years.

➟ [Epub] ❤ Suspicion of Rage By Barbara Parker ➩ –
  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Suspicion of Rage
  • Barbara Parker
  • English
  • 04 July 2017
  • 9780451215741

10 thoughts on “Suspicion of Rage

  1. says:

    Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana are back at it again The volley back and forth about when they should get married wasn t plausible She demonstrates a disturbing lack of faith in her husband and immaturely disregards his concern for her safety by refusing to pay attention to his warnings about things she has no experience with There definitely was an assortment of odd characters and intrique.

  2. says:

    Very slow beginning , but half way through it got me hooked Very interesting and political.Not what I usually read.

  3. says:

    Wonderful political thriller about a Cuban American criminal defense attorney who returns to his native Cuba to visit his aging father and his sister married to a general in the Cuban army.This attorney is nonpolitical by nature, so he is quite the observer His American wife, who is also on the trip, is having a hard time adjusting to Havana Throw the Cuban National Security Police and the CIA into this mix and you have a compelling story.I highly recommend this book.The author adds a comment at the end about a trip she legally made to Cuba whereby she brought a box of books to a journalist who ran a homebased free lending library That journalist was later arrested, his library closed, books confiscated, and he was given 25 years in prison I guess this was a book she had to write.

  4. says:

    I thought this book was very good I thought it was going to be a murder mystery set in Cuba It is actually the story of Cuba set in a fictional story It is about the people, their patriotism and passions, their betrayals and losses, what the revolution meant in Cuba and how it has played out over the 50 years since it occurred, both in Cuba and Miami She gives factual information and succeeded in making me care about Cuba.

  5. says:

    This is the most recent book of the series Parker s books are usually set in Miami, but this one is set in Havana Cuba where she goes with her new husband to meet his sister and her family They get involved in plot I learned a lot about modern day Cuba and the politics there I enjoyed this book

  6. says:

    This is my last Barbara Parker novel in the Gail Conner Anthony Quintana series I was sad to learn that Barbara Parker passed away earlier this yearso reading this book is a little sad I am a little behind in updating my statusbut this was a very good book.just wish there was another one to follow.

  7. says:

    haven t read one of this series in a while and found this was very goodset in cuba good information and good mystery but sad to know that barbara parker has passed on in 2009 god speed to a good writer

  8. says:

    Gail and Anthony take a trip to Anthony s homeland, Cuba For those interested in the Cuban Revolution, it would be a great read This reader isn t crazy about that but got the book because it was the next in the series.

  9. says:

    This is a mystery that I felt was well written and which kept me glued to the page throughout I also appreciated the insight into Cuban families both in Cuba and in Florida and the political situation in Cuba.

  10. says:

    Book 11 read in 2009This was not my favorite in the series While I like reading about Anthony s Cuban heritage, I was just not interested in the plot of this book I was only okay.

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