Sunday, June 5, 2011

A Review Of David Ignatius' Bloodmoney: A Novel Of Espionage

Joseph C. Goulden, the author of many fine nonfiction books, such as The Death Merchant, wrote an interesting review of David Ignatius' Bloodmoney: A Novel of Espionage in The Washington Times.

In “Bloodmoney,” we find Mr. Ignatius at his best. This is an account that makes one think, “This must be based on an actual CIA operation, but reality and common sense say otherwise.” Well, perhaps. A hallmark of an Ignatius book, given his intimate knowledge of the intelligence community, is determining where fact ends and fiction begins.

You can read the rest of the review via the below link:

You can also read my On Crime & Thrillers column on The Increment, an earlier Ignatius thriller, via the below link:

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