• by Bill Gertz
  • Narrated by Alan Sklar
  • 10 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In his explosive new book, New York Times best-selling author Bill Gertz uncovers the most significant threat to U.S. national security today: America's enemies, including radical terrorist groups, are arming themselves with the world's most dangerous weapons. And they're doing it with the help of America's supposed allies. Worst of all, the United States has let it happen. Using his unparalleled access to the U.S. intelligence and defense communities, Gertz names names, revealing which of our "friends" have placed greed over principle to make America's enemies far more deadly and the world a far more dangerous place. In Treachery, Gertz tells the whole story, complete with previously unpublished classified intelligence documents, based on dozens of exclusive interviews with senior U.S. officials, including Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.


What the Critics Say

"The hottest reporter in town....He breaks dozens of big stories every year, and he's read carefully by people who follow national security issues." (Washington Post)


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Bill Gertz has brougt together a frightning collection of words and deeds that our friends an foes alike (as well as the press) don't want us to know about. Arms sales, trade practices, side-deals, threre is a lot going on in the world that isn't reported and is designed to harm America. This book will open your eyes to what you already thought might be going on with details and specifics that legitimize his account.
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- TD


I love a book that forgets the lines of party and division and just puts the truth out there for all to dissect. Let the pundits spin it but in the end, there is the truth. That's the feeling I had throughout listening to this book. Mr. Gertz pulled no punches and let the chips fall where the may. This is one of the most enlightening books I've read regarding the modern stance of America in the world today.
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- Thomas M. Stevens

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-17-2005
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.