Irrawaddy tango: a novel
A pepper-tongued, tango-dancing Asian beauty rises from a village girlhood to become the wife of her country's dictator, and then a leader of the guerrillas arrayed against him. Her story is told in a novel that moves from the fictitious Asian country of Daya to America and back, from the 1940s to the 90s.
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