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A Life For A Life A Memoir My Career In Espionage Working For The Central Intelligence Agency

Author: Howard Phillips Hart
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483430243
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This is the tale of one operations officer in America’s espionage service. It begins with the story about his imprisonment in a Japanese internment camp with his parents in the Philippines during World War II, and how that led him to serve his country at the height of the Cold War. Howard Phillips Hart served most of his 25 year career in South Asia and the Middle East. He was involved in the Iranian Revolution; planned, started, and led the CIA’s massive covert action programs against the Soviet invasion and occupation of Afghanistan; and directed CIA support for the ill-fated 1980 attempt to rescue the American Embassy hostages in Iran. Mr. Hart was the Founding Director of the CIA’s Crime and Counter-narcotics Center.

Encyclopedia Of The Central Intelligence Agency

Author: W. Thomas Smith
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 143813018X
Size: 28.77 MB
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The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is one of the most fascinating yet least understood intelligence gathering organizations in the world

A Spy S Journey

Author: Floyd Paseman
Publisher: Zenith Imprint
ISBN: 9780760337356
Size: 66.51 MB
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Espionage & secret services.


Author: Ted Shackley
Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1574889222
Size: 12.36 MB
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The long-awaited memoirs of a legendary figure in the history of American intelligence

A Look Over My Shoulder

Author: Richard Helms
Publisher: Presidio Press
ISBN: 0812971086
Size: 45.47 MB
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The former director of the CIA discusses his education in Switzerland, work in the OSS, participation in the agency's creation, witness to Nixon's attempt to involve the CIA in the Watergate cover-up, and assignment as ambassador to the Shah's Iran. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

Contemporary Authors

Author: Frances Carol Locher
Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780810300460
Size: 60.55 MB
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Contains alphabetically arranged profiles of contemporary authors in a range of media, including books, magazines, newspapers, television, radio, and film, each with personal data, addresses, career history, and a list of writings, and in some cases, a list of works in progress, sidelights, and avocational interests.

The Reluctant Spy

Author: John Kiriakou
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 0553907336
Size: 16.66 MB
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Long before the waterboarding controversy exploded in the media, one CIA agent had already gone public. In a groundbreaking 2007 interview with ABC News, John Kiriakou called waterboarding torture—but admitted that it probably worked. This book, at once a confessional, an adventure story, and a chronicle of Kiriakou’s life in the CIA, stands as an important, eloquent piece of testimony from a committed American patriot. In February 2002 Kiriakou was the head of counterterrorism in Pakistan. Under his command, in a spectacular raid coordinated with Pakistani agents and the CIA’s best intelligence analyst, Kiriakou’s field officers took down the infamous terrorist Abu Zubaydah. For days, Kiriakou became the wounded terrorist’s personal “bodyguard.” In circumstances stranger than fiction, as al-Qaeda agents scoured the streets for their captured leader, the best trauma surgeon in America was flown to Pakistan to make sure that Zubaydah did not die. In The Reluctant Spy, Kiriakou takes us into the fight against an enemy fueled by fanaticism. He chillingly describes what it was like inside the CIA headquarters on the morning of 9/11, the agency leaders who stepped up and those who protected their careers. And in what may be the book’s most shocking revelation, he describes how the White House made plans to invade Iraq a full year before the CIA knew about it—or could attempt to stop it. Chronicling both mind-boggling mistakes and heroic acts of individual courage, The Reluctant Spy is essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand the inner workings of the U.S. intelligence apparatus, the truth behind the torture debate, and the incredible dedication of ordinary men and women doing one of the most extraordinary jobs on earth. From the Hardcover edition.