Synopses & Reviews
A legendary investigative reporter offers a groundbreaking history of covert operations at the CIA, based on highly classified information. One of the agency's most closely guarded secrets--the identity of agents who have died in the line of duty--is revealed in this landmark work of reportage.
About the Author
Ted Gup is a legendary investigative reporter who worked under Bob Woodward at the Washington Post, and later at Time. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the George Polk Award and the Worth Bingham Prize. Gup is a professor of journalism at Case Western Reserve University. He lives in Pepper Pike, Ohio.