Yellow by Daniel Lynch

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As Cuban rebels clash with occupying Spanish troops during the Spanish-American War, two American journalists risk their lives to save a beautiful revolutionary known as the "Joan of Arc of Cuba."

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Published December 1, 1992 by Walker & Co. 211 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In his sixth novel, Lynch ( Deathly Pale ) interweaves the reminiscences of Hearst newspaperman Ambrose Bierce, lying near death in a Mexican hut in 1914, with a tale told to the journalist by a ``fellow Hearstling,'' artist Frederic Remington, in 1909.

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