The traitor of Prague


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ISBN: 9789198764420

In November 1989, Major Paredes, the second man in Cuban intelligence in Prague, decides to pass top secret information to the CIA, in the midst of the debacle of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe. In Washington, his betrayal provokes doubts and skepticism, even though Javier Puig, the Cuban-American spy who served as Paredes’ liaison and old friend, tries to convince Langley that this is not a Cuban provocation or infiltration, but the decision of a brave man who, putting his own life at stake, is trying to help the fall of Fidel Castro’s regime.


After the publication of this excellent novel, it can no longer be said that the espionage genre does not have a true literary tradition in the Spanish language. It has; it has just been born.  And it is of Cuban origin. 
Manuel C. Díaz – El Nuevo Herald

The cliché that a novel, like a band of outlaws, must ”trap the reader” becomes a determining sign of quality in espionage novels. The Traitor of Prague achieves this merit from its first plot cuts. To read it is to find time not to let it go.
José Prats Sariol and Emil Volek – Diario de Cuba

An intense book that can leave us perplexed and wondering how much can be true or at least potentially possible in this excellent novel.
Luis de la Paz – La Revista


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