A Kidnapping in Milan
[A] real-life thriller . . . skillfully crafted, highly disturbing.
One of those rarities: an important story, excellently told.
Jon Lee Anderson
New Yorker war correspondent
Exceptionally well written and deeply reported—a gripping novel-like book.
CNN national security correspondent
The true story of the CIA’s brazen abduction of a radical imam off the streets of Milan and the struggle of a bold Italian magistrate to bring the kidnappers to trial.
The Unquiet Grave
One of the 100 best books of 2006.
A detailed, exhaustive investigative account [from] the indefatigable Hendricks . . . An eye-opening, often shocking narrative fueled by the author’s outrage.”
San Francisco Chronicle
Investigative journalism at its gutsiest, at its noblest . . . Must reading for anybody interested in our buried passages of American history.
Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Hope Dies Last
The true saga of how the FBI sabotaged the Indian rights movement of the 1970s and how the battered movement consumed itself.