The Black Tulip: A Novel Of War In Afghanistan

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“In this suspense-filled thriller, the man who ran the closing phases of the Afghan war for the Agency takes his readers on a stunning voyage of discovery through that clandestine world, from Kabul to Hong Kong and the Moscow of the Evil Empire.”—Larry Collins, co-author of Is Paris Burning?Set in the treacherous mountains of Afghanistan and the equally hazardous headquarters of the CIA Operation...

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Print Length: 336 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0375760830
Publisher: Random House (January 22, 2002)
Publication Date: January 22, 2002
Sold by: Random House LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B000FC1GY2
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Excellent cold war tale by one of the CIA's architects of the Soviets failure in Afghanistan. A mix of spy tradecraft and drama to make for an excellent read. Ordered Mr. Beardens other non-fiction CIA vs KGB book based on the quality of this book....



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te in Washington, The Black Tulip is a fast-paced thriller, based on real events, by the legendary spy who masterminded the plot to arm Afghan freedom fighters in their holy war against the Soviets. A longtime veteran of the CIA, Bearden knows the tricks of the trade, the price of honor, the bonds of blood, and the enduring lure of retribution.Praise for The Black Tulip“An irresistible page-turner . . . especially vivid because we know the author was a witness to events.”—The Wall Street Journal“Milt Bearden really delivers. With thirty years in the CIA to back it up, he knows what he’s talking about. . . . A terrific book.”—Robert De Niro“A heart-stopping tale of espionage and betrayal. Forget Tom Clancy: this is the real thing.”—Richard Holbrooke“A truly engrossing espionage read . . . Bearden explains how the CIA supplied Afghan guerrillas with the hardware—rockets, Stinger surface-to-air missiles, and night-vision equipment—which enabled them to chew a vastly stronger Soviet force to bloody ribbons. . . . Highly recommended.”—The Washington Times