TEMPEST OVER MEXICO by Rosa King

TEMPEST OVER MEXICO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Growing interest in Mexico, the sudden influx of books on travel in Mexico, may create a market for a book which, in point of view and content, seems somewhat dated, but which for human interest and color is of as great interest today as though it dealt with immediate conditions. Autobiographical material dealing with the early years of the Mexican Revolution, as seen by an Englishwoman who ran, first a tea shop, later a hotel in Cuernavaca. Good adventure, a flow slant on the leaders of the successive revolutionary parties, and an intimate picture of life in those tempestuous days makes this very good reading.

Publisher: Little, Brown