How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents - Part 3, 1960-1956, The Blood of the Conquistadores Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, 1960-1956, The Blood of the Conquistadores Summary

Their father is getting a drink of water when he first spots the two men walking up to the house. The men are dressed in khaki, sport-reflective sunglasses, and guns in the holsters at their hips and could almost be mistaken for job supervisors if it weren't for the guns.

Their father motions to the cook standing beside him and she sees the men. Making a gesture of silence by holding his finger to his lips their father very slowly moves to the hall where they cannot see him from any window. Finally, their father is able to make a break for it to the bedroom without Yolanda seeing him run by as she plays with her sisters and cousins on the patio.

Once inside the bedroom, their father enters the walk-in closet and the...

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