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Cecilia Samartin was born in Havana, Cuba. She moved to the United States as a refugee during the revolution while still a child. She grew up in Los Angeles, and studied psychology at Santa Clara University, where she completed her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She currently works as a psychotherapist for a federally funded project that serves impoverished families in the inner city of Los Angeles.
Recently married to an Englishman, Cecilia lives with her husband and two cats in Pasadena, California. GHOST HEART is her first novel.

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Ghost Heart by Cecilia Samartin
Ghost Heart
Cecilia Samartin
The author was only nine months old when her family was forced to flee Cuba but this poignant tale is clearly based on their experiences. Starting in 1955, it takes us through the good times and the bad as an...
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/04/2005

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