7 Results
7 Results
Learning to die in Miami confessions of a refugee boy —Eire, Carlos M. N.
Large Print
Availability: 1 of 2

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.

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)

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.