The Company


Author: Robert Littell

Robert Littell does for the CIA what Mario Puzo did for the Mafia Robert Littell’s The Company is an engrossing, multigenerational, wickedly nostalgic yet utterly entertaining and candid saga bringing to life, through a host of characters –historical and imagined – the nearly 50 years of this secretive and powerful organization. In a style intelligent and ironic, Littell….Read More

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