ARLINGTON, Va. (PRWEB) April 05, 2016
The recent reestablishment of relations between the US and Cuba has garnered international interest. Banking on the renewed interest of the people towards Cuba, author Jack Otero writes an explosive fictional story about a CIA spy sent to Cuba to uncover what his organization thinks as the country’s ‘dark and dangerous secrets’. “CIA Case File: Cuba Exposed” (published by AuthorHouse) provides a thrilling look at modern-day Cuba, its colorful history, geography and the workings of its current government.
An experienced CIA spy is sent to Cuba to investigate suspicious images captured by American satellites flying over Cuba. He enters Cuba as a notable Canadian professor with great expertise in agriculture. The Cuban government gives him a cultural visa that allows him unrestricted movement to research ways and means to improve Cuba’s production of coffee and sugar through the implementation of the latest technologies in cross-breeding of such plants.
His task is to determine the nature of those images detected over coffee and sugar plantations in the vicinity of the city of Cienfuegos. He is under contract by the University of Cienfuegos to conduct such research. The pesky surveillance and harassment from the Cuban intelligence service (G-2) as well as grave dangers before him, will test the spy’s will to complete his mission. In the end, can he really finish his task?
A heady mix of action and adventure set in one of the world’s newest attractions, this story will communicate to the people who love to know more about the Cuban government which re-opened its doors to the outside world. This exhilarating literary ride provides not just education but superb entertainment that readers cannot just put this book down from beginning until its explosive end.
“CIA Case File: Cuba Exposed”
By Jack Otero
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781504973977
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781504973991
E-Book | 134 pages | ISBN 9781504973984
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jack Otero was born in Cuba in 1934 and immigrated to the United States in 1954. In November of 1960, he became a U.S. citizen by naturalization. He is currently a resident of Arlington. Otero is retired from all activity. For 50 years prior to retirement, he was a major player in the American Labor Movement. For 22 years he was an elected international vice president of a major U.S. railway union—originally called the Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks (BRAC). In the 80s, the union adopted the new name of Transportation-Communications Union (TCU). He was also elected vice president of the national AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor–Congress of International Organizations). In addition, Otero was a founder and national president for 12 years of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), an AFL-CIO labor support group, which today speaks for more than two million trade unionists of Hispanic origin.
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