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“Lamb’s Blood”, by Jerry Genesio, paints a complex and disturbing picture of American involvement in Nicaragua during the Sandinista revolution

June 12, 2013

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“A good historical novel is like an impressionist painting. You get a feeling for the the time, the places and the people. Lamb’s Blood, by Jerry Genesio, paints a complex and disturbing picture of American involvement in Nicaragua during the Sandinista revolution. The main character is a journalist who knowingly let the American government get away with lies about Vietnam and is determined to tell the truth about what is really happening in Nicaragua. The sympathetic characters are well developed and the reader will bond with them easily. The action, intrigue and fast pace will keep the pages turning so quickly that it will be one of those books you are sorry to see end. If we’re lucky, a major publisher will ask him to make it longer.” Review by Maine Man posted on Amazon.com.

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