A Spy For All Seasons: My Life in the CIA

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 24, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 432 pages
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A former Deputy Director of the CIA provides a behind-the-scenes look at the American intelligence community, the Reagan administration's secret war against the Sandinistas, the covert operations he conceived, and the battle against world terrorism.
 

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As someone who is currently working in the IC, I found it insightful and a good read.

Contents

THE MAKING OF A
21
Higher Education 194955
33
Apprentice Spy 195557
41
Opportunity Creates the Man 195860
53
No Tomorrow 196064
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Turkey 196873
118
Washington 197379
149
Rome 197981
169
Chief of European Division 198486
299
The Iranian Episode
309
The Revolution Within
319
On the Offensive
331
Bring Em Back Aliveor Not
347
ATTACKED FROM WITHIN
361
The Long Goodbye
379
Crossing the Appalachians
387

BATTLE STATIONS
191
Going to
207
The TwoFront WarWashington and Nicaragua
227
The Grenada Episode
247
Hardball in Nicaragua
261
Phasing Down
279
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Whither the Clandestine Services
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33
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About the author (2009)

Digby Diehl is one of the most trusted and successful literary collaborators in America. He has written, cowritten, rewritten, researched, and edited more than three dozen books. He was the founding editor of the original Los Angeles Times Book Review and previously served as a book columnist for AARP The Magazine and as a literary correspondent for ABC's Good Morning America. Diehl is currently the book editor of The Rotarian and writes articles and reviews for publications such as Esquire, the New York Times, People, and TV Guide. He lives in Pasadena with his wife, Kay Beyer Diehl.

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