An American expatriate working as a manager of a newsmagazine, Whitt finds himself surrounded by compelling, oftentimes dangerous individuals with little or no interest in anything other than obtaining political achievement and monetary gain. In defense of his company and himself, Whitt finds himself in many a compromising, even dangerous, position, upholding loyalty to his native United States of America, his colleagues, and himself. Experience firsthand the Mexico City massacre of hundreds of students, a bloodless coup of the president of a sovereign Latin American nation, negotiations with Marxist ideologues, power-driven dictators, and kidnapping terrorists entrenched in criminal operations. Enter the social scene as Whitt solidifies friendships, embraces cultural norms, and finds time to explore the exciting social scene Latin America has to offer. Readers will run the gamut of emotions as the true-life situations of Robert Ampudia Whitt III are brought to light in Expat.