Habana: Editorial Jose Marti, 1991. Paperback. 174p., numerous vignette photoportraits (of 27 moles who passed CIA polygraphing), spy equipment, clandestinely-shot pix; first edition cardstock frenchfold wraps. Cover corner-tips are a bit turned, slightest rubbing to front cover, the paperstock mildly browned, a very good clean sound unmarked copy that is inscribed and signed by Rinenour on the first blank.
Besides gunfire having been directed against Cuba, here is a detailed if circumstantial account of CBW also launched. "The Cuban government is careful not assert definitively that the CIA has employed germ warfare..". On pp71-81, take a look at specific charges: dengue fever, conjunctivitis, sogata rice blight, sugar cane rust, swine fever; also weather modification.
..Ridenour died about 2001 at age 49; he had been working on a book about the massacre of black enlisted Americans during WWII --perhaps a thousand men waiting to go overseas and shoot Germans. These were independent, urban blacks promised to be made even more independent by wartime experience, and-- were shot down at home by white troops and NCOs. The Nation magazine announced the interrupted project on Ridenour's death, assuring us his research would be brought to publication.