Cuba Diaries

Scott Simon speaks with an author who calls herself Isadora Tattlin. She recently wrote a book titled Cuba Diaries: An American Housewife in Havana, about her experiences as the American wife of a European businessman living in the Cuban capital. Ms. Tattlin says she uses a pseudonym to protect her Cuban friends from retribution by the government.



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