By Raymond Duncan [College at Brockport emeritus].
"An espionage thriller set in contemporary Cuba and Washington D.C. Top Cuban Generals plan to overthrow Castro, top Cuban officials deal in drugs, leftist guerillas in Mexico plan to assassinate Mexican President while he visits the U.S., and Cuban military leaders hope for a military coup in Mexico after the president is murdered. College professor Neal McGrath is visiting Cuba to gather information for a book he is writing. He is approached by the CIA to help gather facts about drug dealing, and told to get in touch with a beautiful former student of his who now works for a top-secret intelligence agency there. As the book unfolds there is plenty of excitement. Ray Duncan's real-life experience at the CIA and the National Intelligence Council are evident in this well-written and tightly-crafted story about a professor being brought back in by the Agency for one last mission, one that only McGrath can pull off."--Amazon.com
New York : Leisure, 2005.
368 p. ; 17 cm.
Political Science & International Studies
Duncan, W. Raymond, "Patriot Trap" (2005). Brockport Bookshelf. 128.