The Grave of Heroes Author:James Cross A hero is a lonely man — Galan could tell you. He was such a man. — First there was exile--from Spain, originally, then the small Caribbean island where one of the ladt iron dictators flourished. — Then came the great, gaping solitude of fear. Galan knew too much. He was the one bomb that could blast El Jefe from the obscene clutches of his hire... more »d harlots into the sights of a firing squad. Now it was just a question of days before they got him--and the grand old man who dreamed too much of liberty and knew too much of tyranny would "disappear".
But he had one weapon, his manuscript--his own grim record of the corruption and atrocities he had seen. And he had a man he could trust. David Brooks--the American--who was just naive enough to plunge into this hell--and maybe just smart enough to come out alive.« less