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From the Publisher"Last Train From Cuernavaca is an historical novel that lives up to both words. It is a gripping story that takes us deep into tumultuous years of Mexican history that few Americans know about. We need more books like this." —Thomas Fleming, New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Trial of Robert E. Lee
"To read Lucia St. Clair Robson is to learn while being thoroughly entertained. Last Train From Cuernavaca puts us through the tragic violence and political treachery of the Mexican Revolution and its consequences so intimately that we feel hunger, lust, thirst, grief and saddlesores, and admire anew the awesome durability and courage of the people of Mexico — especially the women."
—James Alexander Thom, New York Times bestselling author of Follow the River
“Exciting and lyrically written, Last Train from Cuernavaca by Lucia St. Clair Robson brings the past to fascinating, fire-breathing life. As the Mexican revolution sweeps into Cuernavaca, two young women – English and Mexican – are hurled into a high-stakes adventure that will help determine the nation’s future. Add rich characters, unforgettable scenes of bravery, and two beautiful love stories, and you’ll know why no one writes historical fiction better than Robson.” —Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Spies
“Lucia St. Clair Robson casts spells with words that pluck us from our armchairs and plop us instantly into the place and time of her choice. In her hands, the characters she spun from whole cloth breathe and speak and sweat with the force of those who lived and who live again here as never before. Last Train From Cuernavaca proves once again that Robson is an American treasure.” —Loren D Estleman, Five-time Spur Award-winning author of The Branch and the Scaffold