BOOK REVIEW/OVERVIEW

Author: Warren Hinckle and William Turner

Title: Deadly Secrets: The CIA-Mafia War Against Castro and te Assassination of J.F.K. (formerly The Fish Is Red)

Length: 464 pp.

Publisher: Thunder's Mouth

Publication Date: 1992

Notes:

includes chronology, dramatis personae, photo section, notes, bibliography, index.

Comments:

Deadly Secrets ties together fifteen years of history from the Bay of Pigs to Watergate and makes sense of a great deal of apparent craziness; it shows how the assassination of John F. Kennedy is intimately bound up with the history of anti-Castro extremism. Not only that, but both of those subjects are vital to understanding the America we live in today. Originally titled The Fish Is Red.