an all-American story about truth, justice, and… every American’s right to smoke a Cuban. Cigar,
that is… not kill one.
a political satire that evokes the right to have the right to have
a hundred Cubans. And to puff them too! It’s
a narrative non-fiction saga about a trek through America’s legal
jurisprudence system that leads the reader to the truth, the whole truth,
and nothing but the truth behind the humor door with the federal court
case called, U.S. vs. 100 Cuban Cigars… and reminds one of another
It’s also a tale about abuse. About how
much money the government will spend; how many agents used; and, how
much time wasted with preventing the common citizen from smoking a
fine Cuban stoogie.
Finally, it’s an anecdote about the myth behind ‘THE (Cuban)
embargo.’ Why there is one; who really wants it or is against
it; and, why it will remain long after Castro departs his perch.
a great American saga about how a couple of Cuban cigars led to one man's
struggle against the U.S. government...and how that man's view of America
almost went up in smoke. Highly informative and very entertaining! A
must read for civil liberty advocates."
---Brian O'Connell, feature writer for Cigar Magazine and an Amazon.com
Top 100 Author
"There are a lot of people who feel it is crazy that cigars of
this nature cannot come into America and be used for pleasure. That is
what this is all about."
---Stephen Patrizio, Philadelphia lawyer
signings and events are always fun. Check out some images from our
June 25th book signing at Gracies