CRY VIVA! by William Hopson

CRY VIVA!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

.... and it's Villa- and the havoc of lives and lands wasted. Don Guillermo, an American born in Mexico, knows his greatest loyalty to Don Sebastian, his patrician patron who refuses to yield in the face of the reuoltosos who have burned his hacienda, killed his brave bulls, and threaten his life along with that of his daughter Torcuata. And Torcuata, passionately hostile, taunts him, betrays him, but stays by her father's side until Don Sebastian goes to a proud death and she is ready to yield to him. ""Uncle""?

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1953
Publisher: Bouregy & Curl