Fidel Castro may be on his deathbed, but he's still scheming against the U.S. in Richard Marcinko and Jim DeFelice's The Rogue Warrior
When Marcinko's "friend," the head of the CIA, asks him to spend a little quality time in Cuba, the Rogue Warrior finds there's no way to say no. Once there, Marcinko and company discover that Fidel Castro is on his deathbed. Which wouldn't be so bad, except that he's planned a catastrophic surprise for the U.S. as his going-away present. The Rogue Warrior must find out the nature of that little surprise and thwart it before Castro kicks the bucket.
Richard Marcinko (1940-2021) was the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Rogue Warrior, his autobiography covering his honored military career. Joining the U. S. Navy at eighteen he served two tours in Vietnam as a member of SEAL Team 2, eventually leading them as a lieutenant commander. He later founded and commanded SEAL Team 6, the Navy’s anti-terrorist group, and Red Cell, a high-level anti-terrorist unit. JIM DeFELICE
A highly decorated soldier, Marcinko was awarded the Silver Star and four Bronze Stars for valor, a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, and two Navy Commendation Medals among others. His military actions served as the basis for his New York Times bestselling series of Rogue Warrior novels including Curse of the Infidel, Blood Lies, and Domino Theory.
is the co-author of Chris Kyle’s #1 New York Times
bestseller American Sniper
and many other New York Times
“If you're on a tight schedule, I'll give you fair warning: Do not pick up Rogue Warrior: Dictator's Ransom, because once you start reading you won't be able to stop! It's a rare treat to read a thriller that is uproariously, gloriously and unrepentantly hilarious.” —David Hagberg, USA Today bestselling author of Dance With the Dragon on Rogue Warrior: Dictator's Ransom
“Marcinko is the real McCoy, a warrior who has lived it.” —Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author of The Assassin
“[T]he most colorful, hell-raising, bomb-throwing ex-SEAL commander of them all.” —Playboy