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Harlot's Ghost Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Six: Mongoose, 1961-1963: Miami, Washington, Paris. Chapters 21-30 Summary

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Part Six: Mongoose, 1961-1963: Miami, Washington, Paris. Chapters 21-30 Summary

In a letter to Kittredge, Harry confides that they lost five men, and Harvey radioed for them to come back. Later, Harry sees transcripts between Kennedy and Harvey, where Harvey defends keeping agents (but not operations) in Cuba. However, Harvey is pretty much finished in the agency. Cal writes that he will be replacing Harvey.

In Chapter 22, talking with Chevi, Harry learns that Castro did not want the missiles but that Khrushchev convinced Castro to take them. Dix Butler, who is also there, accuses Chevi of being an agent of Castro's.

Kittredge writes with her take on the missile crisis in Chapter 23. In Chapter 24, Harry writes to Kittredge, saying that Howard Hunt is back. They dine with Manuel Artime, one of the members of the Brigade who got arrested in Cuba...

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