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They're not infallible...
on 8 June 2014
Just because they are famed for their vengeance over the killing of the Israeli Olympic athletes, and the brilliant success of the raid on Entebbe, we tend to think of the Mossad as an infallible force. This book demonstrates that they can, and do, make mistakes. However, Gordon Thomas is obviously well-connected in international security circles, and he weaves some wonderful tales of world-wide intrigue, including the death of Princess Diana and the horrors of Nine-eleven. I'd give it five stars, were it not a little over-long, and a bit inclined to jump from one subject to another, then back again several chapters later. However, its a great read.