An Innocent in Cuba: David McFadden

Ay Cuba!  A Socio-Erotic Journey: Andrei Codrescu

Bacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba: The Biography of a Cause, by Tom Gjelten (2008).  This is about the Bacardi rum family, which created one of Cuba's most important businesses beginning in the 1800s, and then had to leave after Castro nationalized all the industry in Cuba.  (That is why Bacardi rum bottles say "Puerto Rican Rum" and do not mention Cuba.)  An engrossing, highly readable account of Cuba's history.  It reads like a novel about an interesting family, but in the course of it you learn a whole lot about Cuba's history, politics and identity. 

Cuba Confidential - Love and Vengeance in Miami and Havana: Ann Louise Bardach

CubaConga (ebook) Tell it like it is alternative travelguide

Cuba and the Night : Pico Iyer

Cuba in Mind: Edited and with an introduction by Maria Finn Dominguez

Cuba - the Land of Miracles: Stephen Smith ISBN 0349119678 

Enduring Cuba: Zoe Bran

Es Cuba - Life and Love on an Illegal Island: Lea Aschkenas

Havana Good Times (HGT) ebook in the iTunes store, tourist guide for urban Havana 

Havana Nocturne How the Mob Owned Cuba and Then Lost It to the Revolution, by T.J. English (2008).  A rather titillating read about U.S. mobsters in the 1930s-40s and how Batista allowed them to control the casino and nightlife industries in Cuba, and a lot more.  Vividly presents the "high life" of Havana during that era, as well as the astounding corruption of the Batista regime.  It's more about mobsters than it is about Cuba, however.

Looking for La Bomba: Richard Neill

Our Man in Havana: Graham Greene

Rough Guide Cuba