The author, a descendant of an important Cuban political family, and a young lawyer at the time of the 1959 revolution, provides an upper-class, liberal, and insightful view of Castro. He joined the anti-Castro movement in Miami, participating in the Bay of Pigs invasion. His memoir, combined with interviews from other participants, reveals some very telling and original conclusions about the U.S. support of the invasion and anti-Castro groups from 1960-62. The title is misleading, for although the author implies that Russian missles are still in Cuba, the remainder of his account of Soviet influence in Cuba after 1962 is anecdotal, brief, and undeveloped. Recommended for academic collections only. See also Jorge Dominguez's To Make a World Safe for Revolution: Cuba's Foreign Policy , below.-- Roderic A. Camp, Central Coll., Pella, Ia.