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JFK The Unwrapped Enigma

Rites of Passage of a Master Spy

ByDr. Julio Antonio del Marmol

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As he and Chandee successfully avenge themselves for the death of Julio Antonio’s dog, Kimbo, on the G-2 agents responsible, they accidentally stumble across the wedding of Sandra. Even though they had spoken at length six or seven months previously, Sandra had made no mention of her impending nuptials, so it is a shock to both of them. As they leave Pinar del Rio for Guane, an unexpected violent encounter brings them face to face with another sinister aspect of the communist regime in Cuba: human trafficking for sexual slavery. One of the recent abduction victims is his own cousin, and so he and some other relatives conduct a raid and free her along with the other victims. Julio Antonio, no longer having the protection of working with the government, is now subject to mandatory military service like any other Cuban and finds himself drafted. His military unit is assigned the loading of the Soviet cargo ships at the conclusion of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and with his own hands loads the ships with rusted out engine parts, obsolete agricultural equipment—junk—onto the decks of the ships and covering them with tarps. It turns out that Kennedy agreed to no inspections, and so the missiles remained on the island. Returned to his unit, Julio Antonio receives advice how to get out of military service and feigns madness, ultimately receiving a medical discharge. By then, a year has passed, and the news hits the island: President John F. Kennedy is dead, and Lee Harvey Oswald is in custody for the crime. An ebullient Che sees Julio Antonio and apologizes for any past insults and virtually begs the teen to come back into his circle. As a token of that, he and Chandee are both invited to a top secret meeting in which the assassins, two of the doubles of Lee Harvey Oswald the young spy kept meeting the previous years, debrief the top government officials as to the details of how the mission succeeded.


Publication Date
Oct 15, 2021
Biographies & Memoirs
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Dr. Julio Antonio del Marmol


Interior Color
Black & White
Digest (5.5 x 8.5 in / 140 x 216 mm)

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