Ladies Love Cool…Fidel?

There’s a new book that delves into El Commandante’s profilic womanising and reveals that he fathered 11 children by seven women – and counting.

Without Fidel: A Death Foretold in Miami, Havana, and Washington by Ann Louise Bardach, chronicles the lives of Fidel Castro and his brother, Raul.

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Meanwhile “Juanita Castro, the exiled sister of Cuban leaders Fidel and Raul Castro, is set to release her own book, a first-person memoir in which she talks at length about her brothers.

The more than 400-page book titled: My Brothers, Fidel and Raul. The Secret Story is set for release Oct. 26. It is co-written by Spanish-language journalist Maria Antoineta Collins and will be published by Santillana USA.

Juanita Castro left the island in 1964. A longtime Miami resident, she has kept a low profile and for years could be found behind the counter of the small pharmacy she owned. She retired in 2007.

According to a Santillana news release, Castro dictated the story to Collins a decade ago but refused to publish until now.”

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