Fiction

Murder in the CIA

Author: Margaret Truman

Publisher: Fawcett

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 944

“She invades the turf of John le Carré. . . . It is very good.”—Los Angeles Times Book Review Barrie Mayer, a beautiful Washington literary agent, arrives at London’s Heathrow Airport with plenty of time to make her flight to Budapest, where she’s planning to meet an author. The airport is crowded, but it’s not a scheduling problem that keeps Barrie from getting off the ground. The doctors call her death a heart attack, but her best friend, Collette Cahill, has her doubts. A CIA agent herself, Collette knows that Barrie was carrying more than just contracts to Hungary. Then Collette gets the order from above: Find out what happened to Barrie. And, more important, what happened to her briefcase. So Collette sets off on a search that will take her from London to Washington to the Caribbean, from restaurants to psychiatrists’ offices to bedrooms. After all—even CIA agents lose their hearts every now and then. But Collette may lose her life. . . . “Her most far-ranging and, arguably, her best.”—New Woman
BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Murder, Inc.

Author: James H. Johnston

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN:

Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Page: 368

View: 977

​A chronological narrative of the CIA’s assassination operations during the Kennedy Administration.
Political Science

Beirut Rules

Author: Fred Burton

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 400

View: 189

From the New York Times bestselling coauthors of Under Fire--the riveting story of the kidnapping and murder of CIA Station Chief William Buckley. After a deadly terrorist bombing at the American embassy in Lebanon in 1983, only one man inside the CIA possessed the courage and skills to rebuild the networks destroyed in the blast: William Buckley. But the new Beirut station chief quickly became the target of a young terrorist named Imad Mughniyeh. Beirut Rules is the pulse-by-pulse account of Buckley's abduction, torture, and murder at the hands of Hezbollah terrorists. Drawing on never-before-seen government documents as well as interviews with Buckley's co-workers, friends and family, Burton and Katz reveal how the relentless search for Buckley in the wake of his kidnapping ignited a war against terror that continues to shape the Middle East to this day.
History

A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the Cias Secret Cold War Experiments (Large Print 16pt)

Author: H. P. Albarelli

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 576

View: 440

Following nearly a decade of research, this account solves the mysterious death of biochemist Frank Olson, revealing the identities of his murderers in shocking detail. It offers a unique and unprecedented look into the backgrounds of many former CIA, FBI, and Federal Narcotics Bureau officials - including several who actually oversaw the CIA's mind-control programs from the 1950s to the 1970s. In retracing these programs, a frequently bizarre and always frightening world is introduced, colored and dominated by many factors - Cold War fears, the secret relationship between the nation's drug enforcement agencies and the CIA, and the government's close collaboration with the Mafia. This edition is in three volumes. The second and third volume ISBNs are 9781458716569 & 9781458716576.
History

Mary's Mosaic

Author: Peter Janney

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 608

View: 246

An updated third edition of the true crime expose, with new evidence and never-before-seen government documents further corroborating the conspiracy to assassinate JFK's last true love and trusted ally. Who really murdered Mary Pinchot Meyer in the fall of 1964? Why was there a mad rush by CIA counterintelligence chief James Angleton to locate and confiscate her diary? Had Mary Meyer finally put together the intricate pieces of a bewildering, conspiratorial mosaic of information that revealed a plan to assassinate her lover, President Kennedy, with the trail ultimately ending at the doorstep of the Central Intelligence Agency? And was it mere coincidence that Mary Meyer was killed less than three weeks after the release of the Warren Commission Report? Drawing on years of painstaking research and interviews, much of it revealed here for the first time, author Peter Janney traces the most important events and influences in the life of Mary Pinchot Meyer--her first meeting with Jack Kennedy, her exploration of psychedelic drugs, and her support of her secret lover, the president of the United States, as he turned away from the Cold War toward the pursuit of world peace. Fifty years after President Kennedy's assassination - and Mary Meyer's - Mary's Mosaic deepens our understanding of why both took place. This third edition--the culmination of the author's two-year, grueling battle for documents from the U.S. Army and the National Personnel Records Center--has been updated with a final chapter on the mysterious man who may be the key to uncovering the truth behind Meyer's mysterious murder.
Biography & Autobiography

Murder in the Vatican

Author: Lucien Gregoire

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 414

View: 317

"A monumental work of twentieth century capitalism as it was jointly embraced by the Vatican and the United States and those caught up in it. Top-shelf CIA-Vatican intrigue." T. Francis Elliott, London Times._____ Driven by Paul VI's edicts 'Populorum Progressio' and 'Liberation Theology, ' there were two fronts on which the CIA was confronted by communism as a democratic society--Italy and Central America. If Italy fell to communism, all of Europe would surely follow. If Central America fell to communism, all of Latin America would surely follow. It was in these parts of the world communism was raising its head as the will of the people that was so dangerous to the United States and its capitalistic allies. Henry Kissinger sounded the alarm, "Domination by Moscow is not the issue. Communist control of Italy and Central America is the issue. It would have terrible consequences for the United States and it is the number one threat to its national security." On the afternoon of March 13, 1978, fifteen men sat around a table in a sidewalk caf in a remote mountain village in northern Italy. In casual clothes, they went unnoticed, though one was the reigning Pontiff, and another Aldo Moro, and the others ranking cardinals of poverty stricken countries who comprised the leadership of the Marxist movement in the Church and the western world. They left at four o'clock. Aldo reserved the table "for this time next year." On March 13, 1979, Cardinals Benelli and Felici decided not to travel to Vittorio Veneto that day. After all, all the others were dead. They, themselves, unaware of their impending doom, were, too, as good as dead. _____ "One beautiful life...explodes into a trail of death and destruction in the Roman Catholic Church. Howard Jason Smith, Boston Globe.

Tippecanoe and Colby Too

Author: Dov Ivry

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 118

View: 130

This excerpt is found in the first chapter. In the course of going over the highlights of the long criminal careers of the Clintons in the post-mortem (that I did on the election) I came to the Arkancides. Prior to becoming president, of course, Bill Clinton had been governor of Arkansas. "Arkancides" was the name given to cover a whole list of people who came into the purview of the Clintons there and while he was president and whose lives had ended suddenly. I did not have the tools, access to facts, nor the time to go digging into these deaths to find which, if any, were foul play. But one name on the list jumped out at me, William Colby. In 2015 I had done a book on the JFK assassination. A few weeks after the assassination Harry Truman, the former president, made a declaration that the CIA, which he had founded, should be dialed back to its original purpose, information gathering. It had morphed into a government within a government, mixed up with organized crime, and subject to no law or accountability worthy of the name. Colby was appointed CIA director in 1973 and while he lasted for a couple of years, tried to clean it up, and was actually spilling beans on some of its murky activities. I wondered why his death had been included in the list of Arkancides. The writer was suggesting that all the deaths on the list were suspicious. It didn't take me long to find out why Colby was killed or probably so. It was connected to the Vince Foster murder cover-up. In this case there was a good independent source that pointed the finger at Clinton and his operatives, the British M15 intelligence agency. So here I am wading in, if you'll pardon the expression, to Colby's murder, which I had never heard of until essentially the day before yesterday. There is a common thread in the Foster and Colby homicides. Any reporting worthy of the name in both cases by major media was done by British newspapers, never by the US MSM. You have first then to address the question, how is it possible that a president could get away with four murders that I've cited here? When you have a dishonest press, anything is possible. I'm going to take the time to wander through recent election campaigns to show how this expresses itself and then I'll get back on topic. I'm not suggesting that all the journalists in the trenches are not doing their best to fight the good fight, but they have generals behind them who decide strategy and their purpose is not to report the news but to manipulate the readers for the greater glory of the Democratic party.
History

First Hand Knowledge

Author: Robert D. Morrow

Publisher: SP Books

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 320

View: 843

A former CIA cover agent ends his silence and reveals shocking details about what he claims was the CIA's plan to assassinate President Kennedy and how Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon were involved. Reprint.
Biography & Autobiography

Who Killed Che?

Author: Michael Ratner

Publisher: OR Books

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 195

View: 695

History

Last Word

Author: Mark Lane

Publisher: Skyhorse

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 304

View: 261

Mark Lane tried the only U.S. court case in which the jurors concluded that the CIA plotted the murder of President Kennedy, but there was always a missing piece: How did the CIA control cops and secret service agents on the ground in Dealey Plaza? How did federal authorities prevent the House Select Committee on Assassinations from discovering the truth about the complicity of the CIA? Now, New York Times best-selling author Mark Lane tells all in this explosive new book—with exclusive new interviews, sworn testimony, and meticulous new research (including interviews with Oliver Stone, Dallas Police deputy sheriffs, Robert K. Tanenbaum, and Abraham Bolden) Lane finds out first hand exactly what went on the day JFK was assassinated. Lane includes sworn statements given to the Warren Commission by a police officer who confronted a man who he thought was the assassin. The officer testified that he drew his gun and pointed it at the suspect who showed Secret Service ID. Yet, the Secret Service later reported that there were no Secret Service agents on foot in Dealey Plaza. The Last Word proves that the CIA, operating through a secret small group, prepared all credentials for Secret Service agents in Dallas for the two days that Kennedy was going to be there—conclusive evidence of the CIA’s involvement in the assassination.
Political Science

Flight from Dallas

Author: James P. Johnston

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 128

View: 533

History

Mary's Mosaic

Author: Peter Janney

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 636

View: 307

Explores the murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer and her connected to President Kennedy Ideal book for fans of The Devil’s Chessboard by David Talbot, The Reporter Who Knew Too Much by Dorothy Kilgallen, Dr. Mary’s Monkey by Edward T. Haslam, and other JFK conspiracy books Updated edition of the true crime expose, including new evidence and government documents corroborating the conspiracy to assassinate JFK’s trusted ally and final true love The death of Mary Meyer left many Americans with questions. Who really killed her? Why did CIA counterintelligence chief James Angleton rush to find and confiscate her diary? Had she discovered the plan to assassinate her lover, President Kennedy, with the trail of information ending at the steps of the CIA? Was it only coincidence that she was killed less than three weeks after the release of the Warren Commission Report? Fans of The Murder of Mary Russell, JFK: A Vision for America, and other JFK books will love Mary’s Mosaic. Building and relying on years of interviews and painstaking research, author Peter Janney follows the key events and influences in Mary Pinchot Meyer’s life—her first meeting with Jack Kennedy; her support of her secret lover, President Kennedy, as he worked towards the pursuit of world peace and away from the Cold War; and her exploration of psychedelic drugs. Fifty years after the assassinations of President Kennedy and Mary Meyer, this book helps readers understand why both took place. Author Peter Janney fought for two years to obtain documents from the National Personnel Records Center and the US Army to complete this third edition. It includes a final chapter about the mystery man who could be the missing piece to learn the truth behind Meyer’s murder.
Biography & Autobiography

Living Dangerously

Author: Robert Hodam

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 120

View: 521

Thrilling and shocking non-fiction accounts of international political assassinations, coups, murders, hostage taking, and CIA role, based on the firsthand accounts of the author. This volume of three short stories is the first in the Living Dangerously series.
Biography & Autobiography

Murder by the Grace of God

Author: Lucien Gregoire

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 416

View: 198

In 1978, driven by Paul VI's encyclicals Populorum Progressio and Liberation Theology, there were two fronts on which the CIA was confronted by communism as a free democratic society, Italy and Central America. If Italy fell to communism, all of Europe would surely follow. If Central America fell to communism, all of Latin America would surely follow. It was in these parts of the world communism was raising its ugly head as the will of the people that was so very dangerous to the United States and its capitalistic allies. Henry Kissinger sounded the alarm, "Domination by Moscow is not the issue. Communist control of Italy and Central America is the issue. It would have terrible consequences for the United States and is the number one threat to its national security." ....... On the afternoon of March 13, 1978, fourteen men sat around a table in a sidewalk caf in a mountain village in northern Italy. In casual clothes they went unnoticed though one was the reigning Pontiff and another Aldo Moro. Included were Italian cardinals who had been behind the rise of the Communist Party in the polls in Italy. The others were cardinals of impoverished parts of the world. Together they comprised the core of the Marxist movement in the Church. They left at four o'clock and Aldo reserved the table for next year..... On March 13, 1979, Cardinals Benelli and Felici decided not to travel to Vittorio Veneto that day. After all, all the others were dead. They, themselves--unaware of their impending doom--were, too, as good as dead.
True Crime

The Spy Who Was Left Behind

Author: Michael Pullara

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: True Crime

Page: 352

View: 464

The shocking true story of international intrigue —“a highly detailed, engrossing work” (Kirkus Reviews)—involving the 1993 murder of CIA officer Freddie Woodruff by KGB agents and the extensive cover-up that followed in Washington and in Moscow. “In a post-truth era, we need a lot more fearless writers like Michael Pullara” (Robert Baer, author of See No Evil). On August 8, 1993, a single bullet to the head killed Freddie Woodruff, the Central Intelligence Agency’s station chief in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Within hours, police had a suspect—a vodka-soaked village bumpkin named Anzor Sharmaidze. A tidy explanation quickly followed: It was a tragic accident. US diplomats hailed Georgia’s swift work, and both countries breathed a sigh of relief. Yet the bullet that killed Woodruff was never found and key witnesses have since retracted their testimony, saying they were beaten and forced to identify Sharmaidze. But if he didn’t do it, who did? Those who don’t buy the official explanation think the answer lies in the spy games that played out on Russia’s frontier following the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union. Woodruff was an early actor in a dangerous drama. American spies were moving into newborn nations previously dominated by Soviet intelligence. Russia’s security apparatus, resentful and demoralized, was in turmoil, its nominal loyalty to a pro-Western course set by President Boris Yeltsin, shredded by hardline spooks and generals who viewed the Americans as a menace. At the time when Woodruff was stationed there, Georgia was a den of intrigue. It had a big Russian military base and was awash with former and not-so-former Soviet agents. Shortly before Woodruff was shot, veteran CIA officer Aldrich Ames—who would soon be unmasked as a KGB mole—visited him on agency business. In short order, Woodruff would be dead and Ames, in prison for life. Buckle up, because The Spy Who Was Left Behind reveals the full-throttle, little-known thrilling tale.
Fiction

Motto for Murder

Author: Leslie Langtry

Publisher: Gemma Halliday Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 282

View: 140

From USA Today bestselling author, Leslie Langtry comes another hilarious Merry Wrath Mystery... For ex-CIA Agent turned Girl Scout troop leader, Merry Wrath, planning a wedding is infinitely more terrifying than the time she was a mole in Carlos the Armadillo’s drug cartel. To make matters worse, while plagued by insomnia (brought on by diabolical details that include bizarre things like "boutonnieres") Merry and her cat, Philby, witness a midnight murder next door. Or do they? With her record of sleeplessness, everyone from her fiancé, Rex, to her Girl Scout troop are questioning her sanity. And when strange incidents of arson start popping up all over Who’s There, Iowa and a mysterious woman vanishes, Merry begins to believe her neighbors are foreign spies. Throw in meeting her fiancé’s odd twin sisters, late night visits with Mr. Fancy Pants—the King Vulture at the zoo—and a scary sleep study, and Merry wonders if she’s in danger of losing her mind…or her life. Merry Wrath Mysteries: Merit Badge Murder – book #1 Mint Cookie Murder – book #2 Scout Camp Mystery – short story in the "Killer Beach Reads" collection Marshmallow S'More Murder – book #3 Movie Night Murder – book #4 Mud Run Murder – book #5 Fishing Badge Murder – short story in the "Pushing Up Daisies" collection Motto for Murder – book #6 Map Skills Murder – book #7 Mean Girl Murder – book #8 Marriage Vow Murder – book #9 Mystery Night Murder – book #10 What critics are saying about Leslie Langtry's books: "I laughed so hard I cried on multiple occasions while reading MARSHMALLOW S'MORE MURDER! Girl Scouts, the CIA, and the Yakuza... what could possibly go wrong?" ~ Fresh Fiction "Darkly funny and wildly over the top, this mystery answers the burning question, 'Do assassin skills and Girl Scout merit badges mix…" ~ RT BOOKreviews "Mixing a deadly sense of humor and plenty of sexy sizzle, Leslie Langtry creates a brilliantly original, laughter-rich mix of contemporary romance and suspense." ~ Chicago Tribune "Langtry gets the fun started from page one with a myriad of clever details." ~ Publisher's Weekly