Raul Ramos y Sanchez
Latino insurgents are waging a bitter civil war. Sarah Evans was once their hostage in Los Angeles, a rebel stronghold in a war-torn Southern California. Now, Sarah has returned to LA. Not for vengeance, but for love. Shortly after arriving, Sarah is embroiled in a plot to destroy a Midwestern city with a suitcase nuclear weapon, threatening to land Sarah on death row. Meanwhile, an overzealous U.S. president takes over after the impeachment of the elected one and leads the nation to the brink of world war.
Pancho Land is book #3 of the Class H Trilogy published by Grand Central Publishing and Beck and Branch.
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-9854034-1-6
Hardbound ISBN: 978-0-9854034-0-9
Acclaim for The Class H Trilogy
-- USA Today
-- Publishers Weekly
"Thrilling and vibrant"
-- New York Times Best-selling author James Rollins
"I would really like to see this book made into a movie."
-- Edward James Olmos, Books-Into-Movies Awards
Author Raul Ramos y Sanchez
International Latino Book Awards Best Novel Winner
Writers League of Texas Fiction Award Finalist
Cuban-born Raul Ramos y Sanchez grew up in Miami’s cultural kaleidoscope before becoming a long-time resident of the U.S. Midwest. After a successful career in advertising that included founding an ad agency with offices in Ohio and California, Ramos turned to more personally significant work.
This began with developing a documentary for public television, Two Americas: The Legacy of our Hemisphere and also creating MyImmigrationStory.com — an online forum for the U.S. immigrant community. Works of fiction by Raul include the Class H Trilogy (America Libre, House Divided and Pancho Land), the coming of age novel, The Skinny Years and Mustang To Paducah.
The author and his work have been featured on television, radio and print publications across the country along with a host of online media sources.
Books Into Movies Award Winner presented by Edward James Olmos