Raymond Duncan dropped out of college at 19, hitchhiked from Riverside, California, to NYC, and boarded a ship for Europe. This adventure crystallized his interest in world politics, and he returned to the University of California, Riverside, to earn a BA in Political Science. Drafted out of graduate school, the U.S. Army trained him in counter-intelligence and sent him to Stuttgart, Germany. Not a bad thing, because in Paris he met his future wife. With a Ph.D. in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, he taught at Boston University, the Naval War College in Newport, RI and SUNY-College at Brockport—and was a Scholar-in-Residence at the C.I.A. His many non-fiction publications include books and articles on the former Soviet Union, Third World, Latin America, Cuba and Mexico. His novels draw from true events, on-site research and extensive interviews. When not writing, he engages in community service and local politics.
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By Raymond Duncan
Published: September 9, 2012.
Neal McGrath, a Georgetown University professor, is caught in a deadly conspiracy to overthrow the government of Cuba in the early years of Fidel Castro's rule. By his side is Elena Rodriguez, a beautiful and mysterious woman from McGrath's past. Together they struggle to make sense of events that draw them ever deeper into Cuba's cutthroat world of power and lies.
By Raymond Duncan
Published: August 14, 2012.
The C.I.A is tasked to investigate an escalating national security threat on the Mexican border. They recruit Neal McGrath, a Georgetown University professor and former Special Forces officer with contacts in Mexico, to help. While in Mexico City, McGrath uncovers a deadly international conspiracy that puts American lives and his own in grave danger.
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