review ´ Stir It Up

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summary ½ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ David Dusty Cupples Aica anyway An emotional trauma brings him to psychologist Phil Mitchell who pushes Scott to relive the fateful year and uncover the truth that will either set them both free or be their undoingStir It Up sets into stark relief the historical backdrop of its times The Vietnam War has finally ended the year before Henry Kissinger survivor of the disgraced Nixon Watergate Administration continues as Secretary of State under President Ford Operation Condor is in full swing with the spread of brutal military dictatorships throughout Latin America Tiny Jamaica becomes a microcosm in which the great political iss. Stir It UpSu

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review ´ Stir It Up ó Jamaica 1976 Bob Marley sings revolution The democratic socialist government of Michael Manley leans closer to Fidel Castro angering Washington Many believe the CIA is on the island stirring things up whipping election year violence into tribal war Scott Gallagher lived through it but four years later a 20 year old residing in Santa Barbar Jamaica 1976 Bob Marley sings revolution The democratic socialist government of Michael Manley leans closer to Fidel Castro angering Washington Many believe the CIA is on the island stirring things up whipping election year violence into tribal war Scott Gallagher lived through it but four years later a 20 year old residing in Santa Barbara he remembers little his girlfriend Marva hanging with Marley at Hope Road beyond that it's Lost Time As if Obeah Jamaican black magic has fixed his business Was his father CIA chief of station in Kingston What caused the bad blood between them Why would the CIA be in Jam. Dusty Cupple

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Stir It UpUes of the day come into play The novel is also a tribute to Bob Marley as the Voice of the Third World a rousing tour through the colorful Kingston scene in the Golden Age of Reggae featuring the great Rasta musicians from the ghettos a warm snapshot of Jamaican culture an account of the leader of a poor Third World country standing against American power at the dawning of the New World Order of neoliberal economics a sympathetic portrait of Jamaican First Lady Beverley Manley the story of a young lad's coming of age as he faces the terrors and mysteries of his past with a psychologist who has lost his way. I must say I