Morley, Jefferson

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Scorpion’s Dance

With a complex cast of characters, Cold War espionage, and tense courtroom drama, Morley’s timely book will appeal to readers seeking an in-depth understanding of both Watergate and CIA history.

The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton

Easy to read and understand; for those interested in U.S. intelligence history and the Kennedy assassination.

Snow-Storm in August

Morley convincingly fits the Bowen incident and its violent aftermath into the larger story of the growing antislavery movement. Unfortunately, his research leaves large gaps in the tale and includes far too much speculation to make it fully recommendable to an academic audience. History buffs, however, will likely be satisfied with this dramatic and well-written account of race relations in antebellum Washinton, DC, and the early days of the American abolitionist movement.

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