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Subject: Book List: CIA – Intelligence (autopost)
From: Hiram Clawson
Date: 1997/06/14
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There are two lists here, the first is ordered by author (most of the
time.) A second abbreviated list follows and is ordered by title.
These are books related to the intelligence world, the CIA, KGB, NSA,
MI5, MI6, etc… I have read most of these books, for some I have
a brief description here, for a few I have longer book reviews.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information
you may have on these books. I would be especially interested
in hearing about which ones are more works of disinformation by
the agencies rather than telling expose’s.

–Hiram

[*~ Hiram Clawson – Member, Technical Staff, The Santa Cruz Operation ~*]
[*~ P.O. Box 1900, Santa Cruz, CA 95061 – tel. 408-425-7222 ext. 6289 ~*]
[*~ FAX: 408-429-1887, Electronic mail: uunet!sco!hiramc or hiramc@sco.COM ~*]

1. On The Run
Philip Agee
Lyle Stuart Inc., New Jersey
Copyright (c) 1987
408 total pages, 8 pages photographs, 390 pages text, 10 page index

Agee’s description of how he left the CIA, why he did so, and
the account of the subsequent chase as the CIA attempted to
call him to account for the damage he did to the Agency with
“CIA Diary” and other publishing activites he continued while
living in Europe.

2. Inside The Company – CIA Diary
Philip Agee
Bantam Books, Inc. Toronto, New York, London
Copyright (c) 1975
660 total pages, 618 pages text, 41 pages appendix

Agee’s ground breaking book describing the day to day
activities of a CIA officer (Agee) in South America. Often
boring in the endless details of mundane activities of
propaganda excercises and political control of the governments
in the countries where Agee worked. As in Stockwell’s case,
Agee was a 12 year veteran of CIA service, leaving the service
in 1969 thoroughly disillusioned with how he observed the CIA
working to destroy democracy. Agee pioneered the practice of
naming names in his one person attempt to attack the CIA. For
this he was of course labeled a traitor and hounded by the CIA
continuously to this day. (Described in his book “On the Run”).
Recently, Agee has been able to legally enter the United
States and has joined the lecture circuit in the same manner
as Stockwell.

3. Dirty Work – The CIA in Western Europe
A collection of essays edited by Philip Agee and Louis Wolf
Dorset Press, New York
Copyright (c) 1978
319 total pages

4. White Paper Whitewash – Interviews with Philip Agee
Interviews with Philip Agee, edited by Warner Poelchau
Deep Cover Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1981
214 total pages, 101 pages text, 5 page forward, 103 pages appendix

Page – Heading
—- ——-
iii – Contents
iv – Acknowledgments
v – Editor’s Foreword
1 – Introduction
7 – Recent Fals Documents from the United States
Embassy in Iran
28 – Cases of False Documentation and False Press Stories
Prepared by the CIA
42 – The American Institute for Free Labor Development
as a CIA Front
55 – The CIA and Political Repression in Latin America
75 – Critique of State Department White Paper on El Salvador
101 – text ends
A1 – Text of U.S. State Department White Paper on El Salvador
23 February, 1981 – 87 pages
B1 – Dissent Paper on El Salvador and Central America
11/6/80 – critics of U.S. Policy in Central America
statement, from the NSC, DOS, DOD and CIA

5. La Penca: On Trial in Costa Rica – The CIA vs. The Press
Edited by Tony Avirgan and Martha Honey
Editorial Porvenir, San Jose, Costa Rica
Copyright (c) 1988
155 total pages

This is the transcript testimony at the Libel trial of
John Hull vs. Avirgan-Honey on May 22, 23, 1986 at
the First Penal Court of San Jose, Costa Rica.
John Hull charged them with Libel in their report
on the 30 May 1984 bombing at La Penca, Nicaragua.
The court ruled in favor of Avirgan and Honey.
John Hull at this moment, November 1990, is on the ten
most wanted list of Interpol, wanted in connection with
the bombing by Costa Rican authorities. He was in the
United States until recently, but present whereabouts
are unknown, suspected in Central or South America.

6. The Puzzle Palace – Inside the National Security Agency, America’s most
secret Intelligence Organization
James Bamford
Penguin Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1982
655 total pages, 518 text, 4 page appendix, 82 pages notes, 12 pages glossary,
28 page index

7. KGB – The Secret Work of Soviet Secret Agents
John Barron
Bantam Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1974
640 total pages, 16 pages introduction, preface, 456 pages text,
106 pages appendices, 24 pages notes, 4 pages acknowledgments,
10 page bibliography, 39 page index

8. Secret Contenders – The Myth of Cold War Counterintelligence
Melvin Beck, introduction by Thomas Powers
Sheridan Square Publications, Inc. New York
Copyright (c) 1984
183 total pages, 14 page introduction, 152 pages text, 6 page index

9. The CIA, a forgotten history
William Blum
Zed Books Ltd, London
Copyright (c) 1986
428 total pages, 344 pages text, 78 pages notes and appendix, 6 page index

An accounting of CIA operations in more than 50 countries
since the founding of the CIA in 1947. An excellent companion
to Kwitny’s Endless Enemies.

10. Operation Mind Control – Our Secret Government’s War Against Its Own People
Walter H. Bowart
Dell Publishing, New York
Copyright (c) 1978
317 total pages, 266 pages text, 8 pages appendix, 4 pages notes,
14 pages Bibliography, 6 page index

Published only once in this paperback form. Similar too,
but different conclusion to “The Manchurian Candidate”
by John Marks.

11. Inside The Shadow Government
The Christic Institute
The Christic Institute, Washington D.C.
Copyright (c) 1988
248 total pages, 200 pages text, 27 pages appendices, 6 page bibliography,
4 page index

This is the Declaration of Plaintiffs’ Counsel filed by
The Christic Institute in U.S. District Court, Miami,
Flordia on 31 March 1988. It outlines the case against
29 defendants in Avirgan-Honey vs. Hull et al concerning
the bombing at La Penca, Nicaragua, 30 May 1984. At the
moment, November 1990, the case remains on Appeal in the
Atlanta District court.

12. Out Of Control – The Story of the Reagan Administration’s Secret War
in Nicaragua, the Illegal Arms Pipeline, and the Contra Drug Connection
Leslie Cockburn
Atlantic Monthley Press, New York
Copyright (c) 1987
300 total pages, 254 pages text, 34 pages notes, no contents or index although
zeroxed copies of an 8 page index exist, with contents.

So far this book has only been published this one time. This
story is the result of Cockburn’s investigations for CBS news
and parts also show up in her Public Broadcast System special:
“Drugs, Guns, and the CIA”

13. Men Of Zeal – A Candid Inside Story of the Iran-Contra Hearings
Senators William S. Cohen and George J. Mitchell
Viking Press, New York
Copyright (c) 1988
382 total pages, 312 pages text, 23 pages notes, 14 page index,
32 pages chronologies and other notes

14. Slow Burn – The Rise and Bitter Fall of American Intelligence in Vietnam
Orrin DeForest and David Chanoff
Simon and Schuster, New York
Copyright (c) 1990
294 total pages, 258 pages text, glossary, 14 page index

15. Assassination On Embassy Row – The Shocking Story of the
Letelier-Moffitt Murders
John Dinges & Saul Landau
McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York
Copyright (c) 1980
412 total pages, 398 pages text, 14 page index

16. Story of a Russian Spy – Handbook for Spies
Alexander Foote
Hillman Periodicals, Inc. New York
Copyright (c) 1949
192 total pages, no contents, no notes, no index, no introductions, nothing
but 192 pages of text.

From the back cover:
“I was for three vital years of the war a member and, to a large
extent, controller of the Russian spy net in Switzerland which
was working against Germany . . . I was a key link in a network
whose lines reached into the heart of the German high command
itself…”
With these words, Alexander Foote, a British subject now working
in a Government in London, opens his astounding true story of
Soviet espionage. Without covering up the facts or preaching
he tells how a Russian spy works, what he looks like, how he
lives, and what his aims are. An important and exciting book.

17. The Death Merchant – The Rise and Fall of Edwin P. Wilson
Joseph C. Goulden with Alexander W. Raffio
Simon and Schuster, New York
Copyright (c) 1984
477 total pages, 430 pages text, 7 pages appendix, 6 pages sources and
acknowledgements, 17 page index

18. I was an NKVD Agent – A Top Soviet Spy Tells His Story
Anatoli Granovsky
Western Islands Publishers, Belmont, Massachusetts
Copyright (c) ????
281 total pages

19. In Contempt of Congress
Edited by Joy Hackel and Daniel Siegel – prefaces by Senators Tom Harkin and
George McGovern
Institute for Policy Studies, Washington D.C.
Copyright (c) 1985
136 total pages, 8 page appendix

Part 1. A Citizens’ Guide to the Contra Scandal
Part 2. The Reagan Record On Central America: The First Term 1981-1984
a. Nicaragua
b. El Salvador
c. Honduras
d. Guatemala
Appendix: Possible violations of Law

This book is a two column format. One column is the public stated
position of the Reagan-Bush Administration. The second column
is publically available evidence to the contrary, whether it be the
administration itself in moments of candor before congressional
committees, or other sources.

20. The Target Is Destroyed – What really happened to flight 007 & what
America knew about it
Seymour M. Hersh
Vintage Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1986
412 total pages, 357 pages text, 20 pages notes, 2 pages acknowledgments,
11 page index, 20 pages introductions

21. The General Was a Spy – The Truth About General Gehlen and His Spy Ring
Heinz Hoehne & Hermann Zolling – translated from the German by Richard Barry
Introduction by Hugh Trevor-Roper and preface to the American edition
by Andrew Tully
Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc., New York
Copyright (c) 1971
408 total pages, 32 pages photographs, 296 pages text, 39 pages appendix,
24 pages notes, 6 page bibliography, 11 page index

22. October Surprise
Barbara Honegger
Tudor Publishing Co., New York and Los Angeles
Copyright (c) 1989
323 total pages, 292 pages text, 30 pages references

23. Guts and Glory – The Rise and Fall of Oliver North
Ben Bradlee, Jr.
Donald I. Fine, Inc., New York
Copyright (c) 1988
596 total pages, 24 pages photographs, 559 pages text, 2 pages notes,
10 page index

24. The Second Oldest Profession – Spies and Spying in the Twentieth Century
Phillip Knightley
Penguin Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1986
462 total pages, 393 pages text, 12 pages notes, 9 pages selected bibliography,
12 page index, 16 pages photographs

Knightley is the espionage expert consultant to the London Times
and the BBC. This book is an excellent summary of the spy
agencies of England, Russia and America during the 1900’s.
An accounting of their successes, their failures and their
boasted successes.

25. The Great Heroin Coup – Drugs, Intelligence, & International Fascism
Henrik Krueger, translated from the original German by Jerry Meldon
foreword by Peter Dale Scott
South End Press, Box 68 Astor Station, Boston MA 02123
Copyright (c) 1980
240 total pages, notes at the end of each chapter, index

Probing into the netherworld of narcotics, espionage, and
international terrorism. In so doing, Krueger uncovers the
alliances between the Mafia, right wing extremists,
neo-Fascist OAS veterans in France, and Miami-based Cuban
exiles. Concerns the story of Nixon’s war on heroin and of
whether that war’s elimination of the French Connection was
dictated by cance, by Mafia penetration of the White House and
the CIA, or by Nixon’s desire to help old friends in Florida.

26. The Crimes of Patriots – A true tale of Dope, Dirty Money, and the CIA
Jonathan Kwitny
Penguin Books – New York, London, Australia, Canada, New Zealand
Copyright (c) 1987
424 total pages, 400 pages text, notes in text, index

The collapse of the Nugan-Hand international bank in Australia
provides the opportunity to examine how the CIA handles its
international banking. From the records that were produced
during the court trials in Australia in the early eighties, a
most interesting story is laid out that shows the connection
of the CIA with international drug-trafficking and arms
dealing. Many characters from the so-called “Secret Team”
appear in the official record described here, Thomas CLines,
Theodore Shackley, General Richard V. Secord, Rafael “Chi-Chi”
Quintero, and others.

27. Endless Enemies – The Making of an Unfriendly World
Jonathan Kwitny
Penguin Books – New York, London, Australia, Canada, New Zealand
Copyright (c) 1984
434 total pages, 419 pages text, 15 pages index

Kwitny clearly shows how American interventionist activities
abroad have consistently undermined our foreign policy goals.
Attempts by the government and by giant corporations to
manipulate the economies of developing nations, military and
political blunders in many parts of the world, and tremendous
(often inexplicable) expenditures of lives and money seem to
have succeeded only in driving Third World nations toward
corruption and communism. Thoroughly documented. The first
hardback edition is complete, later paperback editions have
Chapter 10 heavily censored concerning the CIA’s involvement
in the coup in Iran 19 August, 1953, because of legal action
pending in federal court, Manhattan, alleging copyright
infringement (involving attributed quotations from an
unpublished source) and libel.

28. Acid Dreams – The CIA, LSD and the Sixties Rebellion
Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain
Grove Press, New York
Copyright (c) 1985
343 pages, 294 pages text, 25 pages notes, 10 page bibliography, 13 page index

29. The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence
Victor Marchetti and John D. Marks
Dell Publishing Co., New York
Copyright (c) 1974
365 total pages, 325 pages text, 40 pages appendix and index

And yet another disillusioned CIA veteran with accounts of
how the CIA operates, concentrating on the bureaucratic structure.
Marchetti worked for the CIA for 14 years, rising to the
office of executive assistant ot the deputy director. By
Federal Court order, the authors were required to submit the
manuscript of the book to the CIA for review prior to
publication. Under the terms of the court ruling, the CIA
ordered the deletion of 339 passages of varying length.
Later, following demands to the CIA by legal counsel for the
authors – and the commencement of litigation by the publisher
and the authors against the CIA challenging the censorship
involved – all but 168 of these deletions were reinstated.
Later court cases cleared another 25 passages for publication.

30. The Search For “The Manchurian Candidate” – The CIA and Mind Control, the
Secret History of the Behavioral Sciences
John Marks, introduction by Thomas Powers
Dell Publishing, New York
Copyright (c) 1979
264 total pages, 230 pages text, 18 pages notes, 15 page index

31. The Iran-Contra Connection – Secret Teams and Covert Operations
in the Reagan Era
Jonathan Marshall, Peter Dale Scott, Jane Hunter
South End Press, 116 St. Botolph Street, Boston MA 02115
Copyright (c) 1987
313 total pages, 233 pages text, 70 pages notes, 14 page index

A study of the roots of contemporary U.S. covert activity in
the history of the past two decades. Covers the details of
CIA and extra-CIA operations including drug-trafficking,
gun-running, government-toppling, and assassination. The
authors argue that the Iran-Contra scandal is not merely a
plan gone awry, but a consistent outgrowth of a long tradition
of covert U.S. activities. From the Bay of Pigs invasion
teams to the NSC organizational team; from the CIA and the
World Anti-Communist League to the Israeli connection and
State Department.

32. Deadly Deceits – My 25 Years in the CIA
Ralph W. McGehee
Sheridan Square Publications, New York
Copyright (c) 1983
243 total pages, 195 pages text, 8 page appendix, 7 page source list,
4 page glossary, 16 page index

33. The Underground Empire – Where Crime and Governments Embrace
James Mills
Dell Publishing Co., Inc., New York
COpyright (c) 1986
1202 total pages, 1170 pages text, 12 pages of reproduced documents,
19 page index

34. The Secret Government – The Constitution In Crisis
Bill Moyers
Seven Locks Press, Cabin John, Maryland
Copyright (c) 1988
148 total pages

This is basically the transcript of the Public Broadcast System
program by the same name.

35. The Chronology – The Documented Day-by-Day Account of the Secret
Military Assistance to Iran and the Contras
The National Security Archive
Warner Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1987
712 total pages, 8 pages photographs, 657 pages text, 7 page glossary,
12 page index, 26 pages appendices, sources

Covering the time from January 1980 thru April 8, 1987,
a daily diary of the Iran-Contra activities.

36. Piercing The Reich – The Penetration of Nazi Germany by American
Secret Agents during World War II
Joseph E. Persico
Ballantine Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1979
504 Total pages, 24 pages photographs, 423 pages text, 12 page bibliography,
21 page index

37. The Man Who Kept the Secrets – Richard Helms and the CIA
Thomas Powers
Alfred A. Knopf, New York
Copyright (c) 1979
456 total pages, 356 pages text, 76 pages notes, 4 page bibliography,
16 page index

38. Dirty Work 2 – The CIA in Africa
Ellen Ray, William Schaap, Karl Van Meter, Louis Wolf
Lyle Stuart Inc., Secaucus, N.J.
Copyright (c) 1979
540 total pages

A collection of essays on various activities in Africa by
the CIA. Included is Louis Wolf’s second “Who’s Who”
of the CIA with 700 biographies on CIA employees that
work or have worked recently in Africa. This listing is
200 pages in itself.

39. The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia
Alfred W. McCoy with Cathleen B. Read and Leonard P. Adams II
Harper & Row, Publishers – New York, Evanston, San Francisco, London
Copyright (c) 1972
464 total pages, 385 pages text, 79 pages notes, glossary, index
Paperback editions have a few more notes.

A classic study of the connection between the CIA
and the world heroin trade. Includes an excellent
summary of the history of heroin and its connections
with the colonial powers of the middle east and
the far east. Introduces the connection between the CIA and
the Sicilian and Corscian Mafia. Follows the movement of the
heroin trade from the middle east to the far east during
France’s Indochina war following WW II. Details the
complicity of our Vietnamese allies and their involvement in
the heroin trade of the 1960’s, resulting in the heroin
epidemic in the U.S. towards the end of the 1960’s. The CIA
attempted to prevent the publication of this book. Today it
is a rare book on the used book market, fetching as much as
$60 when a bookstore can find it. Can be found in libraries.
Highly recommended.

40. Air America
Christopher Robbins
Avon Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1979
328 total pages, 303 pages text, 2 page acknowledgments, 3 pages notes,
2 page bibliography, 8 page index

According to Alexander Cockburn in a review of the movie:
“Air America” 13 September, 1990, the first edition of
this book in 1979 is different than the second edition
in 1988, with CIA drug references toned down.

41. The Sovereign State of ITT
Anthony Sampson
Fawcett Crest Books, Greenwich, Connecticut
Copyright (c) 1973
335 pages, 300 pages text, 6 page chronology, 5 pages notes, 10 page index
4 pages notes on sources

42. BLOWBACK – America’s Recruitment of Nazis and Its Effects on the Cold War
Christopher Simpson
Collier Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1988
414 total pages, 16 pages photographs, 290 pages text, 66 pages notes,
12 pages bibliography, 14 pages archival sources, 15 pages index

43. OSS – The Secret History of America’s First Central Intelligence Agency
R. Harris Smith
University of California Press, Berkeley, California
Copyright (c) 1972
470 total pages, 387 pages text, 34 pages notes, 16 page bibliography,
12 pages acknowledgments, preface, contents

44. Decent Interval – An Insider’s Account of Saigon’s Indecent End Told
by the CIA’s Chief Strategy Analyst in Vietnam
Frank Snepp
Vintage Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1977
603 total pages, 580 pages text, 8 page index

45. In Search of Enemies – A CIA Story
John Stockwell
W. W. Norton & Company, London and New York
Copyright (c) 1978
285 total pages, 254 pages text, notes in text, appendix, index

John Stockwell, former CIA agent, describes his involvement in
the Angola war of 1975-76. Stockwell was Chief of the CIA
Angola Task Force. He describes the incredible ineptness of
the CIA bureaucracy and its constant bungling of the Angola
situation. If most of the CIA covert wars are carried out
in the same manner as this mess, it is no wonder that they
always lose and leave corrupt murderous dictators in the
aftermath. After 12 years as a CIA officer, Stockwell
resigned from the Agency on April 1, 1977 and has since
continued to lecture on the problems that CIA activities cause
for U.S. foreign policy. The CIA successfully litigated
against Stockwell and continues to receive all royalities that
this book generates.

46. The Hidden History of the Korean War
I.F. Stone
Monthly Review Press, New York
Copyright (c) 1952
384 total pages, 348 pages text, 4 page appendix, 11 page reference list,
5 page index

A collection of Stone’s journalistic writings during the War.
Generally regarded as an accurate depiction of the darker side
of the Korean War.

47. Journey Into Madness – The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control
and Medical Abuse
Gordon Thomas
Bantam Books, New York
Copyright (c) 1989
387 total pages, 353 pages text, 14 pages notes, 8 pages sources,
one page select Bibliography, 10 page index

48. CIA – The Inside Story
Andrew Tully
Fawcett World Library, New York
Copyright (c) 1962
224 total pages, 217 pages text, 7 page index

One of the earliest public descriptions of CIA activities.
Quite a bit of promotion for the CIA, often glorifying CIA
activities in places such as Iran and Guatemala. Neverless, a
valuable early look at the CIA.

49. Veil: the Secret Wars of the CIA
Bob Woodward
Simon and Schuster
Copyright (c) 1987
543 total pages, 485 pages text, 2 page Central American Covert-Action
Chronology, 3 pages acknowledgments, 30 page index, 16 pages
photographs

Focusing on the tenure of Director of Central Intelligence
William J. Casey, 28 January, 1981 thru 29 January 1987

50. Spy Catcher
Peter Wright, with Paul Greengrass
Dell Publishing, New York
Copyright (c) 1987
481 total pages, 3 page glossary, 12 page index, 9 page preface, no contents

51. Bay of Pigs – The Untold Story
Peter Wyden
Simon and Schuster, New York
Copyright (c) 1979
384 total pages, 32 pages photographs, 327 pages text,
3 page bibliographical notes, 8 pages notes, 10 page index

A list ordered by Title:

1. Acid Dreams – The CIA, LSD and the Sixties Rebellion
Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain
2. Air America
Christopher Robbins
3. Assassination On Embassy Row – The Shocking Story of the
Letelier-Moffitt Murders
John Dinges & Saul Landau
4. Bay of Pigs – The Untold Story
Peter Wyden
5. BLOWBACK – America’s Recruitment of Nazis and Its Effects on the Cold War
Christopher Simpson
6. The Chronology – The Documented Day-by-Day Account of the Secret
Military Assistance to Iran and the Contras
The National Security Archive
7. CIA – The Inside Story
Andrew Tully
8. The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence
Victor Marchetti and John D. Marks
9. The CIA, a forgotten history
William Blum
10. The Crimes of Patriots – A true tale of Dope, Dirty Money, and the CIA
Jonathan Kwitny
11. Deadly Deceits – My 25 Years in the CIA
Ralph W. McGehee
12. The Death Merchant – The Rise and Fall of Edwin P. Wilson
Joseph C. Goulden with Alexander W. Raffio
13. Decent Interval – An Insider’s Account of Saigon’s Indecent End Told
by the CIA’s Chief Strategy Analyst in Vietnam
Frank Snepp
14. Dirty Work – The CIA in Western Europe
A collection of essays edited by Philip Agee and Louis Wolf
15. Dirty Work 2 – The CIA in Africa
Ellen Ray, William Schaap, Karl Van Meter, Louis Wolf
16. Endless Enemies – The Making of an Unfriendly World
Jonathan Kwitny
17. The General Was a Spy – The Truth About General Gehlen and His Spy Ring
Heinz Hoehne & Hermann Zolling – translated from the German by Richard Barry
Introduction by Hugh Trevor-Roper and preface to the American edition
by Andrew Tully
18. The Great Heroin Coup – Drugs, Intelligence, & International Fascism
Henrik Krueger, translated from the original German by Jerry Meldon
foreword by Peter Dale Scott
19. Guts and Glory – The Rise and Fall of Oliver North
Ben Bradlee, Jr.
20. The Hidden History of the Korean War
I.F. Stone
21. I was an NKVD Agent – A Top Soviet Spy Tells His Story
Anatoli Granovsky
22. In Contempt of Congress
Edited by Joy Hackel and Daniel Siegel – prefaces by Senators Tom Harkin and
George McGovern
23. In Search of Enemies – A CIA Story
John Stockwell
24. Inside The Company – CIA Diary
Philip Agee
25. Inside The Shadow Government
The Christic Institute
26. The Iran-Contra Connection – Secret Teams and Covert Operations
in the Reagan Era
Jonathan Marshall, Peter Dale Scott, Jane Hunter
27. Journey Into Madness – The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control
and Medical Abuse
Gordon Thomas
28. KGB – The Secret Work of Soviet Secret Agents
John Barron
29. La Penca: On Trial in Costa Rica – The CIA vs. The Press
Edited by Tony Avirgan and Martha Honey
30. The Man Who Kept the Secrets – Richard Helms and the CIA
Thomas Powers
31. Men Of Zeal – A Candid Inside Story of the Iran-Contra Hearings
Senators William S. Cohen and George J. Mitchell
32. October Surprise
Barbara Honegger
33. On The Run
Philip Agee
34. Operation Mind Control – Our Secret Government’s War Against Its Own People
Walter H. Bowart
35. OSS – The Secret History of America’s First Central Intelligence Agency
R. Harris Smith
36. Out Of Control – The Story of the Reagan Administration’s Secret War
in Nicaragua, the Illegal Arms Pipeline, and the Contra Drug Connection
Leslie Cockburn
37. Piercing The Reich – The Penetration of Nazi Germany by American
Secret Agents during World War II
Joseph E. Persico
38. The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia
Alfred W. McCoy with Cathleen B. Read and Leonard P. Adams II
39. The Puzzle Palace – Inside the National Security Agency, America’s most
secret Intelligence Organization
James Bamford
40. The Search For “The Manchurian Candidate” – The CIA and Mind Control, the
Secret History of the Behavioral Sciences
John Marks, introduction by Thomas Powers
41. The Second Oldest Profession – Spies and Spying in the Twentieth Century
Phillip Knightley
42. Secret Contenders – The Myth of Cold War Counterintelligence
Melvin Beck, introduction by Thomas Powers
43. The Secret Government – The Constitution In Crisis
Bill Moyers
44. Slow Burn – The Rise and Bitter Fall of American Intelligence in Vietnam
Orrin DeForest and David Chanoff
45. The Sovereign State of ITT
Anthony Sampson
46. Spy Catcher
Peter Wright, with Paul Greengrass
47. Story of a Russian Spy – Handbook for Spies
Alexander Foote
48. The Target Is Destroyed – What really happened to flight 007 & what
America knew about it
Seymour M. Hersh
49. The Underground Empire – Where Crime and Governments Embrace
James Mills
50. Veil: the Secret Wars of the CIA
Bob Woodward
51. White Paper Whitewash – Interviews with Philip Agee
Interviews with Philip Agee, edited by Warner Poelchau

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