by Karen A. Lynch
From 1958 to 1969, a heated battle raged both covertly and overtly with Fidel Castro's regime. Multiple operations were launched against Castro's communist takeover, the sea legs being provided by the CIA's Maritime section. The Fish Are Running; the Untold Secret Stories of CIA Maritime Operations
is the story of those missions, implemented by Cuban exiles possessed of undaunted courage and determination to reclaim their homeland, and backed by the best of the CIA's maritime staff. A gripping tale told by the men behind the action.
The CIA's Secret War On Cuba;
by Grayston L. Lynch
In the sequel to Decision for Disaster; Betrayal at the Bay of Pigs
, CIA Intelligence Officer Grayston Lynch's khaki's are barely dry from his exploits during the Bay of Pigs invasion, when he finds himself once again facing off against Fidel Castro in The CIA's Secret War Against Cuba; Commando Mambises
. As in Decision for Disaster
, Lynch pulls no punches in his telling of secret operations designed to overthrow Fidel Castro and his communist government, and Lynch's courageous Commando Mambises, who fulfilled President John F. Kennedy's desire to "set Cuba afire."