Nelson DeMille’s number 1 New York Times bestseller, “an action-packed, relentlessly paced mystery” (Publishers Weekly, starred review), that includes DeMille’s most up-to-date character—U.S. military wrestle veteran Daniel “Mac” MacCormick, a constitution boat captain surroundings sail on his most threatening cruise but.
Daniel Graham MacCormick—Mac for short—seems to have an outstanding lifestyles. At age thirty-five he’s dwelling in Key West, proprietor of a forty-two-foot constitution fishing boat, The Maine. Mac served 5 years within the military as an infantry officer with excursions in Afghanistan. He back with the Silver famous person, pink Hearts, scars that don’t tan, and a ship with an incredible financial institution mortgage. fact learn, Mac’s funds are greater than a bit shaky.
at some point, Mac is sitting within the well-known eco-friendly Parrot Bar in Key West, considering his lifestyles, and expecting Carlos, a hotshot Miami legal professional seriously concerned with anti-Castro teams. Carlos desires to rent Mac for a ten-day fishing match to Cuba on the average expense, yet Mac suspects there's extra to this and turns it down. the cost then is going as much as million cash, and Mac concurs to listen to the deal, and meet Carlos’ clients—a appealing Cuban-American girl named Sara Ortega, and a mysterious older Cuban exile, Eduardo Valazquez.
Mac learns that there's sixty million American cash hidden in Cuba by way of Sara’s grandfather while he fled Castro’s revolution. With the “Cuban Thaw” underway among Havana and Washington, Carlos, Eduardo, and Sara be aware of it’s just a topic of time prior to somebody unearths the stash—by coincidence or on function. And Mac understands if he accepts this task, he’ll stroll away rich…or no longer at all.
The Cuban Affair “is a well timed stay-up-all-night, nail-biting page-turner that includes Nelson DeMille’s iconic tongue-in-cheek, articulate, rhythmic narrative. His affably irreverent protagonist, amazing plausible aiding characters, and annoying, life like Cuba-set scenes together with a few jaw-dropping revelations make this a needs to learn” (Library Journal, starred review).
“Genuinely gripping” (Newsday), informed with “incredible wit” (Tampa Bay Times), “The Cuban Affair feels genuine and actual, and it presents knuckle-white pressure jumbled together with levity” (Associated Press).