Age of Secrets

Age of Secrets

by Gerald Bellett

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BN ID: 2940151393096
Publisher: Houdini Publishing
Publication date: 06/15/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 350
Sales rank: 977,356
File size: 9 MB

About the Author

Gerald Bellett is a reporter with the Vancouver Sun in British Columbia. Since 1974, he has written about John Meier and his monumental struggle with the White House, the CIA and the Howard Hughes organization.
The story took him across North America from the deserts of Nevada, where he found the hidden gold mines of Howard Hughes, to the dangerous streets of Harlem in search of a CIA agent on the run.
Bellett exposed the CIA’s infiltration of the Hughes organization and the agency’s use of Howard Hughes to supply its favored politicians with campaign contributions.
He has won a number of awards including a National Newspaper Award for being part of the Sun’s reporting team that wrote a series concerning a notorious serial killer.
He was born in Liverpool, England, and has lived in Canada since 1966. He now resides near Vancouver.

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Mark2015 More than 1 year ago
Age of Secrets is very timely, as there has been so much recent press around the United States Government spying on its allies, and its own citizens, and how corrupt the CIA and NSA can be, and this book alarmingly shows that these things have been going on for 35 years. I wonder if the CIA learned some of these techniques specifically from going after John Meier. I wouldn’t want to ruin the book by disclosing too much details for someone who hasn’t read it yet, but there even is a CIA agent who defects from the CIA because he did not believe in the dirty tricks the agency was asking him to do against Meier. While reading this book I kept thinking of what they did to Meier and that if they can do this to one man, especially someone who was so well connected and powerful, what is stopping them from doing it to anyone they like. If you are interested in these types of things I certainly recommend this as a great read.