Inside the CIA

By Kessler, Ronald & Hilder, David

Publishers Summary:
The first book of its kind written with cooperation with the CIA, this insider's account of the powerful spy agency discusses spy recruitment, bugging of foreign embassies, connections with the Mafia, and much more. National ad/promo.

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978-0-78611-297-5
Publisher
Blackstone Audiobooks


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Library Journal

Reviewed on August 1, 1998

Multiple prize-winning reporter and best-selling author Kessler, whose books on the FBI (he's written a number of critiques of federal institutions, e.g., The FBI, Audio Reviews, LJ 9/1/96) toppled its director, most recently wrote Inside Congress (Audio Reviews, LJ 4/15/98), an uneven effort that bogged down in salacious detail and anti-Gingrich partisanship. Inside the C.I.A. was published in 1992...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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