Clarridge is the highest ranking American spy directly & personally involved in espionage, war, counterterrorism, & intrigue to make public his life. His career began in 1954 when the CIA recruited him from Columbia University. During the next 33 years he became involved in stealing secrets, making war, supporting democratic forces, attacking terrorism, saving lives, & influencing the course of Americas foreign policy. Among other things, he describes the inner workings of the CIA; the creation of his brainchild, the CIAs Counter-Terrorist Center; & his alleged involvement in planning & commanding the Iran-Contra affair.
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About the Author
Digby Diehl is the former editor in chief of Harry N. Abrams and the founding book editor of The Los Angeles Times Book Review. He is currently the book columnist for Modern Maturity and Playboy magazines and the literary correspondent for ABC-TV's "Good Morning America."