In The Ghost, Jefferson Morley, an experienced Washington Post journalist, writes fluently and engagingly about the elusive spymaster James Angleton.
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Today, January 3, THE GHOST is available as an ebook for only $2.99 (compared to the regular price of $14.99 )
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1) Was Angleton the mole? 2) Who killed JFK? 3) What’s the deal with Trump & the Deep State? I’m talking about all this, plus the Mossad and MKULTRA. In other words, I’m talking about THE GHOST, today Saturday Dec. 2 at 3;30 PM, at Politics & Prose,5015 Connecticut Ave NW in Washington
From Booklist Online
“Serving up a suitably intriguing profile of this quintessential spy, journalist Morley’s (Snow-Storm in August, 2012) mosaic-like biography painstakingly pieces together the complex webs of subterfuge and deception Angleton created during his storied career.”
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“The Ghost is the compulsively readable, often bizarre true-life story of American spymaster James Jesus Angleton – the CIA’s poetry-loving, orchid-gardening mole-hunter for almost 20 years. Capturing the extent of Angleton’s eccentricity, duplicity and alcohol-fueled paranoia would have challenged the writing skills of a Le Carre or Ludlum, and Jefferson Morley has done it with flair. This important book depicts the trail of wreckage left behind by Angleton in a CIA career that involved him in virtually every major spy-versus-spy drama of the Cold War and drew him deeply into the mysteries of the Kennedy assassination and the murder of one of JFK’s mistresses.”
—Philip Shenon, author of A Cruel and Shocking Act
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