Vancouver, Canada, May 16, 2017 — San Francisco-based journalist Ben Terrall, whose work has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Bay View and others, takes a look a three hard-hitting books on the Central Intelligence Agency. 

Appearing in the book-dedicated online journal January Magazine, Terrell’s look is timely. As he writes in the piece, early in his presidency, Donald Trump positioned himself at odds with the agency. In that time, writes Terrall, many people wishing for an end to Trumpist madness may have wound up rooting for the creepy forces of the CIA.”

Though we can’t be certain if tension between Trump and the agency continues, Terrell writes that “it’s wise to look beyond the headlines to see the reality of the CIA. That reality is laid bare in three recently published books examining some dark truths about this American spy agency, which remain still largely unknown to most of the everyday people the CIA theoretically protects.”

You can see Terrell’s review of three CIA-focused books here:

January Magazine was established in 1997. It’s coverage remains predominantly focused on books and authors and has included interviews with Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood, GG Martin and other prominent authors.

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