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Learning to die in Miami confessions of a refugee boy —Eire, Carlos M. N.
Large Print
2011
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Picking up where Waiting for snow in Havana leaves off with Carlos Eire and his brother in midair on a refugee flight to Miami, this sequel opens as the plane lands and Carlos begins the journey of creating a new life an...

Learning to die in Miami : confessions of a refugee boy —Eire, Carlos M. N.

A stranger in a strange land, Eire, one of 14,000 children airlifted out of Cuba in Operation Peter Pan in 1962, describes the classic American immigrant experience in Miami, Fla., with a mix of insightful observation, h...

A Nicaraguan family —Malone, Michael, 1956-

Describes, against the backdrop of the history of the Nicaraguan people, one family's flight from Managua airport, in December 1979, to a new life in Miami, Florida.

Never Let Them See You Cry —Buchanan, Edna, author.
EBook
2014

True stories of crime in Miami by the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Corpse Had a Familiar Face . Set against the neon backdrop of the South Florida city where Miami Herald reporter Edna Buchanan covered the police...

The corpse had a familiar face covering Miami, America's hottest beat —Buchanan, Edna.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2008

This anecdotal autobiography by the Pulitzer Prize-winning police reporter focuses on her 15 years of covering stories of murder and drug trafficking. Some descriptions of sex. 1988.

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