A Time to Betray

The Astonishing Double Life of a CIA Agent Inside the Revolutionary Guards of Iran

Timely, riveting, and revealing, A Time to Betray gives readers an unprecedented glimpse into the inner workings of the Iranian government and an insightful look at one of America's greatest enemies. Reza Kahlili was born and grew up in Tehran, Iran's capitol and hub of power. Les mer
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Timely, riveting, and revealing, A Time to Betray gives readers an unprecedented glimpse into the inner workings of the Iranian government and an insightful look at one of America's greatest enemies. Reza Kahlili was born and grew up in Tehran, Iran's capitol and hub of power. Rebellious and adventurous even as a young boy, Reza attends college in America, where independence and freedom become further etched into his mind. But after the sudden death of his father, Reza leaves his carefree times behind to return home, to a country on the cusp of change. In 1979, the revolution triggers an age of religious fundamentalism, and Reza joins the Revolutionary Guards of Iran. After witnessing much brutal violence and bloodshed under the leadership of Ayatollah Khomeini, Reza travels back to America and becomes a CIA spy named "Wally," where he learns counterintelligence and how to communicate using secret code. Now, for the first time, readers will get an inside look at the clandestine practices and brutal ethos of the notorious unit.

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