Jefferson Morley's latest book, THE GHOST: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton is "the best book ever written about the strangest CIA chief whoever lived," says New York Times best-selling author Tim Weiner.
Morley is an investigative reporter and author in Washington DC who has worked as an editor and writer for the Washington Post, Salon, The New Republic, Arms Control Today, and AlterNet. His rich and provocative non-fiction narratives lay bare the inner workings of the CIA with archival research and extensive interviews.
THE GHOST is a companion and sequel to Morley's first book, OUR MAN IN MEXICO: Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA (University of Kansas Press, 2008), a riveting and sympathetic biography of the Agency's top man in Mexico in the revolutionary 1960s who was close friends with Angleton.
Morley's ground-breaking journalism about emerging new evidence in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy is collected in the Kindle ebook, CIA & JFK: The Last Assassination Secrets.