Please, click on the link below to view the press release. A Widow Pursues Her Children’s American Dream After Defying the Cuban Tyranny That Stole Her Wealth and Her Future — A New Memoir

Please, click on the link below to view the press release.
A Widow Pursues Her Children’s American Dream After Defying the Cuban Tyranny That Stole Her Wealth and Her Future — A New Memoir

 

 

 

A young man is obsessed with the ghost of a woman he has seen in his new apartment in an old neighborhood in Cadiz, Spain. She is beautiful, bears a sad expression, and holds a poppy flower in her hand. He becomes obsessed with her. A roll of parchment that had sat buried in a wall of the abode for several centuries accidentally comes to light. It reveals her identity and her death on the stake. To reverse the unjust verdict, he reviews the records of her trial at the National Archives. His research achieves an unexpected result when her poppy flower appears lying on a table in his bedroom. Francisco Aragon, Director of Letras Latinas, University of Notre Dame, praised this book: "I couldn’t help but think of 'Tales of the Alhambra' as I navigated these 'Tales of Cadiz.' Like Washington Irving, Villalba deploys good old-fashioned storytelling. And I use that term (“old fashioned”) in a good sense: writing that relishes and delights in painting pictures with words—with contagious engagement, narrative skill. I find myself transported not only to the narrow streets, plazas, and seaside promenades of Cadiz, Spain, but also shuttled back in time.” You may purchase them on Amazon.com or on the homepage of this website by clicking on the image of the book.

A young man is obsessed with the ghost of a woman he has seen in his new apartment in an old neighborhood in Cadiz, Spain. She is beautiful, bears a sad expression, and holds a poppy flower in her hand. He becomes obsessed with her. A roll of parchment that had sat buried in a wall of the abode for several centuries accidentally comes to light. It reveals her identity and her death on the stake. To reverse the unjust verdict, he reviews the records of her trial at the National Archives. His research achieves an unexpected result when her poppy flower appears lying on a table in his bedroom.
Francisco Aragon, Director of Letras Latinas, University of Notre Dame, praised this book:
“I couldn’t help but think of ‘Tales of the Alhambra’ as I navigated these ‘Tales of Cadiz.’ Like Washington Irving, Villalba deploys good old-fashioned storytelling. And I use that term (“old fashioned”) in a good sense: writing that relishes and delights in painting pictures with words—with contagious engagement, narrative skill. I find myself transported not only to the narrow streets, plazas, and seaside promenades of Cadiz, Spain, but also shuttled back in time.”
You may purchase them on Amazon.com or on the homepage of the website www. TheClassic Writer.com by clicking on the image of the book.