Five Best Books on the Cuban Missile Crisis

From a Wall Street Journal books column by José Azel headlined “Five Best Books on the Cuban Missile Crisis”:

Thirteen Days
By Robert F. Kennedy (1969)

1. This eyewitness account by Robert F. Kennedy, then the U.S. attorney general and adviser to his brother, President John F. Kennedy, emphasizes the human side of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Published the year after Robert Kennedy’s assassination, the memoir meant to burnish JFK’s reputation, which had been damaged by the failed Bay of Pigs invasion in April 1961.