Searching for Everardo

Searching for Everardo

A Story of Love, War, and the CIA in Guatemala

Book - 1997
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Grand Central Pub
Harvard-educated attorney Jennifer Harbury went to Guatemala to help refugees, and found herself drawn into a political drama that would test her beliefs, courage, and moral strength. She fell in love and married Efrain Bamaca Velasquez, better known as Commander Everardo, a Mayan Indian resistance leader. Soon after, he vanished in combat. This is the story of Harbury's search for Everardo, one that grew into an impassioned crusade to expose those responsible for the human rights abuses suffered upon the victims of Guatemala -- one woman's heroic stand against the Guatemalan oligarchy, the U.S. State Department, and the CIA. A headline-making story of love, war, and courage, this is the personal account of an American woman and her unrelenting fight to uncover the truth behind the disappearance of her husband, a Guatemalan guerrilla leader.

Baker & Taylor
Harbury describes her desperate search to find out the truth about the whereabouts of her missing husband, Commander Everardo, a Mayan Indian guerrilla leader, from the U.S. government and the goverment's serious attempt to hide the facts about his death. Tour.

& Taylor

The author describes her search for information about her missing husband, Commander Evarardo, a Guatemalan guerrilla leader

Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c1997
ISBN: 9780446520362
Branch Call Number: 972.8105 HAR
Characteristics: 328p. ; 24cm


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