Fallen Angels Sing
When a young Cuban exile becomes involved in a plot to assassinate Fidel Castro, it soon becomes evident to him that he is being used by both the supporters and enemies of Castro and the Revolution. He has become an item for the propaganda war, which only leads him to a quest not for political beliefs, but for his own identity.
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