O’Connor, Scott

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O'Connor is a gifted stylist, and he vividly captures the rabbit hole that swallows agents, their families, and their victims alike. The book works wonderfully as long as the March family remains the focus. Readers may get disoriented as it becomes difficult to distinguish victims from perpetrators in later iterations of the program. The story is fascinating, but readers will have to judge its authenticity for themselves: most of the MKULTRA records were destroyed by the CIA in 1973.

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