A young Spanish teacher from Kansas endangers her life when she goes to the Sierra Nevada mountains of Colombia to claim the coffee farm inherited from her aunt, who died there mysteriously.
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Elizabeth McNeill-Leicester made her career in the U.S. Foreign Service. She served in the occupation of Japan, and in the Military Mission for Aid to Turkey in Ankara. The remainder of her career she served in the CIA and was posted to the American Embassy in Iran, Pakistan, India, Senegal, Colombia and a second tour in Iran. Between Senegal and Colombia she took a sabbatical and studied French at the Sorbonne. She has firsthand knowledge of a young woman's experiences living on her own in a foreign country and feels qualified to write of such adventures. Her former coffee farm, in the mountains of Colombia, is the setting for TAIRONIAN GOLD. She now lives in Fort Lauderdale with her husband, retired Royal Air Force pilot, Anthony Leicester, whom she met over her patio fence when she settled in Florida.
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