Fans of spy fiction from any era will appreciate this post-cold war thriller
whose origins evolve from the murky U.S.-Cuban spy wars with a fresh
perspective, that of veteran Cuban operative Carlos Manuel. Arnoldo Correa
should be considered among the likes of LeCarre, Kerr and Ambler as masters of
Paperback reissue of the debut novel from the Godfather of Cuban Noir.
“A captivating thriller based on the murky US-Cuban spy wars. Correa deftly paints the history of Castro’s Cuban intelligence service and the changing face of the Miami exile community . . . A fascinating read.”—Publishers Weekly “From Cuba with panache, written with flair, authority and admirable detachment . . .”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Arnaldo Correa is considered one of three founders of the Cuban crime-fiction genre. He currently lives in Havana.
About the Author
Arnaldo Correa was born in the Escambray Mountains, Cuba, in 1935. Correa is considered one of three founders of the Cuban crime-fiction genre. He has worked on development projects in Cuba, Vietnam, Angola, and Mozambique. Cold Havana Ground (Akashic 2003) was his second novel in English translation, after the original hardcover edition of Spy's Fate. He currently lives in Havana.