Reviews Havana Lost

bookreporter_logoWhat a thrill to get a review from for Havana Lost! I’ve condensed it below, but you can click Havana Lost by Libby Fischer Hellmannhere for the full review.


“(An) absorbing tale that will immerse readers in the culture and history of Cuba… As in… A BITTER VEIL, Libby crafts a well-researched story that brings 1958 and recent Cuba to vivid life. Details from food to fashion to class culture are well woven. The love stories of Frankie and her son add emotional layers to the history and politics. The revolution storyline and generational span read like a Mario Puzo story, but a strong and war-battered female ends up running the family in this intriguing saga.” Reviewed by Amy Alessio