It takes a CIA agent with 4 decades of black ops to write the greatest agency thriller of all time. Only an operative with that much inside knowledge and experience could pull it off. It'll keep you up all night! (David Hagberg, New York Times bestselling author of Abyss) --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
CHASE BRANDON is a thirty-five year operations officer in the CIA’s Clandestine Service. He lived undercover for twenty-five years and retired from undercover assignments in 2006, but continues to consult with several intelligence community agencies, the Department of Defense, and numerous state and federal law enforcement organizations. In his final assignment, Brandon was a senior staff officer for the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, serving as an Agency spokesman and CIA's official liaison to the entertainment industry. He provided technical consultation to many feature films, television series, and documentary programs, such as Mission Impossible III, The Bourne Identity, Alias, and 24, and the Discovery, Learning, and Military Channels.
It appears this book was written more for the insider UFO community, which is quite large today. The author has been part of the community for several decades now and appears at... Read morePublished 3 months ago by IndependentSecularHuman
Well written and thought provoking. I couldn't put it down. Great book!Published 8 months ago by Jacque
I'm an interested party when it comes to UFOs and conspiracy theories, so when I read the publicity for this book my attention was gripped. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Brian Norlund
It's time to grow up and learn what's really going on behind the scenes. Sure, it had to be tweaked, but if you read between the lines, all the secrets are there. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Laurence Galian
A very enjoyable journey by a credible author. It held my attention throughout.Published 11 months ago by TB
Jonathan Chalmers fell on his head at age four. The resulting brain injury turned him into a savant who could read fifty pages per minute in multiple texts and instantly recognize... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Scott Skipper
I read 135 pages. If the guy could write, I might have gotten further. But it's very shallow, Buck Rogers kind of writing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Don