There’s a gap emerging between the book itself and
The book tour is turning out to be a lot more juicy than the book.
Half the reason I bought the book was to learn about how Montes came to be a spy.
Now, I hear that
Another reason to buy the book was to learn about the damage she surely caused to
Are we to believe that she was part of the secret negotiations of the Clinton-era migration accords – negotiations that were kept secret even from the State Department’s Office of Cuban Affairs? Did she advise President Clinton to sign Helms-Burton in 1996?
The narrow focus of True Believer was reason enough to hope for another book – or a declassification of the intelligence community’s study of this case – to tell the full Ana Montes story. Now