Crosshairs of Castro

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Crosshairs of Castro

Blackmail is at the root of this novel based on the Cuba Missile Crisis of 1962 as Lieutenant Charlie Parnell is coerced and convinced that it is his job to take out and kill Fidel Castro. Having him take lessons in shooting, practicing using many different targets and approached by two agents claiming to have been sent by the CIA, Parnell is told that they will sent him undercover as a freelancer for the Irish Times. How can he do that and why him? His first reaction is to decline and the though of behind greatly rewarded but the blackmail element was too difficult for him to resist as his illegal enterprises came into play plus his extra curricular activities making it hard for him to refuse. Bargaining with these men was not easy but the end result would be quite a large sum of money but…

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