David T. Riley dreamt big. His desire to be a superstar recording artist led the adolescent hoodlum into the fringes of organized crime. Ironically though, it was a failed extortion attempt that landed him in jail where he found his calling in June of 1960. When the CIA needed recruits to carry out dangerous spying missions to Cuba, their educated agents would rather not do themselves, Riley was found languishing in a light green jumpsuit in Miami Dade County Jail awaiting trial. Street-smart, confident to the point of being cocky and extremely intelligent, David became one of the Agency’s top operatives. This 272 page book is based on true events.
Published in 2012
Jennifer Dana Deane, designer
Published by Muse Media Publishing