Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2000
DD ISBN multiple sources
Gup may have succeeded in humanizing the CIA. He has done this by telling the stories of some of the deaths of CIA operatives. Muller's reading clearly communicates the tragedies told. With his reading, we sense the emotions of surviving family members and of frustrated and sometimes forsaken agents in the field. Muller's deep voice sounds like that of a veteran gumshoe journalist telling a previously hidden tale. Muller's pace keeps one on the edge of one's seat. In the process the book also presents a brief history of this secret agency. M.L.C. © AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC/JAN 01]
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