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Easy and fascinating read. While some readers will be very familiar with the names and events, this brings a whole new angle. Highly recommended.Published 13 days ago by Trust No One
Tells the story of many cold war adventures and gadgets developed. Ends as when the 9-11 attack begins so its a bit dated.
I couldn't put it down.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the CIA up until 2008 when it was first published, especially their "James Bond" type tools and activities.Published 4 months ago by Detective
Although I thought most of the book was dry, there were some bright spots I found amusing such as the acoustic kitty (thank goodness they only harmed one cat in this failed... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mystic by the Lake
As a former Intelligence Officer, I enjoyed this book very much. I recommend as part of any student of intelligence library.Published 7 months ago by Charles E. Farr
This was a most excellent read. I have referred it to many friends who want to know what it's really like.Published 8 months ago by Hays M.
short quick read with highlights of the CIA. Do not expect in depth analysis if the material thoughPublished 10 months ago by Julio L. Garcia MD