GITMOThe third book of the Washington Trilogy brings the nations of the hemisphere together to do what none could manage alone. We are introduced to a brilliant young woman, Naval Academy graduate, born in Cuba and married to an officer in the U.S. Department of State, and a fan of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. She leads the President’s parade, and old friends, Kate and Gordon, through life-threatening challenges in and out of Havana and Foggy Bottom.The author – Jay Lillie – an international lawyer, writer, and blue water sailor, entertains us with a work of fiction drawn from tomorrow’s history.Enjoy the read, and then watch it happen.ALSO BY THIS AUTHORPACIFIC REBOUNDMany of the islands of the southwestern Pacific, north of Australia, were occupied by Japan or came under the Japanese sphere of influence from the late 1930s through the end of World War II.About halfway on a straight line south from Tokyo to Darwin in northern Australia lies Yap. Like its neighbors close to the east, the island is one of the pinpoint peaks of an undersea volcanic mountain range several thousand feet taller than Mount Everest in the Himalayas. The shoreline of Yap rises over 35,000 feet from the depths of the nearby Challenger Deep.We know little about what is down there, but it would be a good place to hide something that you never want found.Compelling international adventure... intriguing, challenging.