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Posted February 8, 2014
I expected this book to be more of an account of how they tracked and arrested Aldrich Ames. I have read other books that explain this, but none by authors as close to the case as these authors.
However, this book is excellent at explaining the real-life consequences of Ames's betrayal of the U.S. The reader truly comes to understand the costs of Ames's treason--the Russian lives that were lost because of Ames.
This book standing alone would not satisfy me--I just happened to have read other accounts of how Ames was tracked and arrested. This book is a great compliment to those books.
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Posted December 1, 2012
This book is okay but it sheds light on the CIA and how confused it is.
If your interested in the CIA and all the code names and abbreviations, this is your book.
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