The explosive "New York Times" bestseller "See No Evil" is Baer's gripping memoir of his 20-year career in the Middle East working in the CIAUs Directorate of Operations. Filled with shocking and troubling revelations, and including a new Afterword by the author, he makes clear how U.S. intelligence could have failed to expose the world's ...
The explosive "New York Times" bestseller "See No Evil" is Baer's gripping memoir of his 20-year career in the Middle East working in the CIAUs Directorate of Operations. Filled with shocking and troubling revelations, and including a new Afterword by the author, he makes clear how U.S. intelligence could have failed to expose the world's deadliest terrorists. photo insert.
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A very interesting look at how things do and don't work inside the CIA.
Jun 6, 2009
True Story of CIA Case Officer In the Middle East.....kind reminds you of "24"'s Jack Bauer.......makes you wonder...........it also tells you what the hell happened to the CIA when we TRULY needed them........no one on the ground in the field where we really needed people......it shows that Washington politics and special interests trump good sense and necessity............fascinating and terrific reading
Jan 10, 2009
This to shall pass
This book is a depiction of the CIA in the passing of an era. It is an era of sacrifice and idealism, of an almost childlike faith that the upper echelons will do the right thing, that goodness will prevail. It leaves one with a wistful feeling, even when it describes the flat-footed failures of CIA middle management. We see an organization is transition, and that transition is to a mendacious mediocrity. It fosters a feeling of hopelessness until one realizes that no change is permanent, neither the decline of a noble institution nor its much anticipated rebirth.
Aug 31, 2007
Robert Baer digs deep inside the CIA as a former agent. He brings action into his novel - an autobiography - including car chases with KGB forces. He shares the bright side of his career while revealing the dark... he truly gives a open look inside the CIA.
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