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Not bad but not professionally written
on 4 August 2016
There are some interesting theories but the book is too short to deal decisively or in any great depth with most of them. There are quite a few inaccuracies including misspelt names and some assertions which are not substantiated or corroborated. The author makes some very basic errors such as believing Che Guevara was Cuban. The author states that Guevara was plotting to overthrow Castro which will be news to just about everybody no matter their political persuasion and, again, provides no verification of this theory whatever. His belief that Guevara was in contact with Cuban exiles in Florida is another baseless (and quite bizarre) assertion especially given that Guevara was a Marxist and the exiles mostly Fascists.
There are some fascinating titbits but this is not a scientifically rigorous book. Rather it seems a little rushed and too keen to push forward belief as fact.