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Against All Enemies.  Inside America's War on Terror.  By Richard A. Clarke. A critical account of the failure of the Bush administration's counterterrorism efforts in the months leading up to 9/11 and of the weak justification for invading Iraq.

Covert Matters. By Steve Dimodica.  A retired Special Forces and intelligence officer writes a novel about Soviet intelligence intrigue just before the fall of the Soviet Union.

They Just Don't Get It.  How Washington is still compromising your safety - and what you can do about it.  By Colonel David Hunt, U.S Army (Ret.).

Fogs of War and Peace: A Midstream Analysis of World War III.  By Robert L. Dilworth.