"Very skilful job of blending the fictional with the factual. Captures the personas of the historical figures. Really enjoyed it."

Tod Hoffman, ex-officer CSIS, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, also author of "The Spy Within", a non-fiction account of US domestic espionage. 

"Leon Berger has clearly shown how fragile political and international relationships were. This backdrop to the spy element of the story adds all the necessary tension and drama required to make a very good novel."

John Johnstone, book blogger, Goodreads

"Berger is immensely engaging."

Donald Brown, Time magazine 

"A brilliantly conceived trilogy. Even though the novels are political thrillers, they shed light on history, the Cold War, and an American tragedy as accurately and dramatically as any scholarly history book. These are stories we all know but the facts uncovered are a first-time revelation for most of us. The Kennedy Trilogy is a joy to read. I have a much better understanding of what went on in my country during a very troubling time.”

Caleb Pirtle, Editor, Book of the Moment

BOOK 2 OF A TRILOGY

A NOVEL BASED ON THE 1962 CUBA CRISIS

THE KENNEDY MOMENTUM

THE REAL-LIFE THREAT OF Armageddon

The Cold War reaches its zenith with the installation of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba. While JFK and his brother face deep divisions in trying to diffuse the apocalyptic crisis, young CIA agent Philip Marsden is sent on a mission across to the island where he’s betrayed by a CIA-Mafia joint operation.