Michael Evans

Spies Like Us

Intel Wars: The Secret History of the Fight Against Terror


Bloomsbury 272pp £19.99 order from our bookshop

America is swamped with intelligence from the war on terrorism. It pours in each day from a multiplicity of sources, from the eavesdropping satellites of the vast National Security Agency and the CIA’s clandestine service, to the new generation of surveillance drones and the plethora of different agencies all trying to outdo each other in gathering snippets of information to ring alarm bells in the White House.

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