This book is a rather interesting book about the capture of Cuban spy Ana Montes. The author is 1005 correct that the case generated no publicity. Montes was removed from her job ten days after 9-11. The USA could not allow Montes to endanger the lives of Americans in the upcomming war with Afghanistan.
Montes treasonous activities were motivated by her communist political views. This is yet another example of why communists should be prohibited from working in the government and under scrutiny of law enforcement.
The book gives one an inside look at a real investigation. Conducting security related interviews is a tough task and much of the job often is subtle. As a fellow investigator, I appreciate the difficulties presented by the author. The book also details how the government works from an insiders view.
Beamish in 08