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Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy

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  • Title: Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy
  • Author: Jamie Smith
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Kindle Edition

[PDF] Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy | by ✓ Jamie Smith, Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy, Jamie Smith, Gray Work Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy The first ever first person story of America s private paramilitary contractors at work around the world from a man who performed these missions himself and has decades of stories to tell This is a fascinating tale and potentially the first to describe the work of American contractors men who run highly dangerous missions deep inside foreig

Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy

[PDF] Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy | by ✓ Jamie Smith [PDF] Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy | by ✓ Jamie Smith - Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy, Gray Work Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy The first ever first person story of America s private paramilitary contractors at work around the world from a man who performed these missions himself and has decades of stories to tell This is a Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy

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Gray Work: Confessions of an American Paramilitary Spy

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  1. I m not sure this should be in non fiction Having read about ten chapters, I decided to look up a little bit about the author, maybe check out his bona fides, and see if what I was reading was over embellished I m a little surprised that the book s publisher hasn t been forced to give a few refunds.I m relatively certain this book is a work of fiction Details in the story cannot be verified due to both the classified nature of the claims, but also the lack of evidence of some of the mundane cl [...]


  2. Too Good to Be TrueThis book sounds compelling at the start and, really, who wouldn t want to believe a true blue American Patriot However, after a while it seems there aren t a lot of hard and fast details about the authors life The story starts to sound a little overblown and that s when I hit Google to find out a little Do a search on the author and you ll most likely come across an article in Outside magazine that sounds very convincing At this point, I d like my money back because I don t [...]


  3. This was a fantastic look into the world of paramilitary work Jamie s insights were captivating and his unashamed acknowledgement of his Christian faith was very refreshing It s always encouraging to read the stories of men who fight the evil in our world but still maintain their faith and hope in Christ.


  4. This book will open your eyes to the new reality of the way our government circles the laws that are set up to stop this type of espionage And then there is the way the government tracks every thing you docluding this post you are reading.


  5. An interesting book and from the behind the scenes aspect is was very interesting However, the author s continual insertion of his political views made the book seem childish At times it was like reading a political lecture book than a book about mercenaries.


  6. Fascinating look at the underbelly of war in modern times The pictures support the story and despite the naysayers it rings true Sounds like a massive attempt to discredit the author and thereby his book by those who don t want the truth to come out about what the US does abroad Further credibility to the book s veracity is the 30,000,000 federal lawsuit the author filed against the magazine and it s writers who did the hit piece on him that came out before his book was even published Smells lik [...]


  7. Lots of great information here I ve worked in the industry and know this guy by reputation he s legitimate.


  8. Just finished Gray Work by Jamie Smith Well written and entertaining, but unfortunately likely mostly made up.




  9. This book is terrible, it is basically a CIA Paramilitary member which I doubt bragging about how awesome he is Negative One Stars



  10. Im so torn on this book They guy comes across like a super spy but there is also a magazine article out there that describes this guy as full of S I honestly dont know who to believe Im guessing the truth lies somewhere thats not as awesome as the stories in his book, and not a deprived as the magazine article If you read this book perhaps take it with a grain of salt, but I really like it I think Jamie Smith in some degree or another put his life on the line for the things he believed in I real [...]


  11. About as true to life as a James Bond novel Double oh nothing the Spy Who Lied to Me Some sort of recruitment propaganda piece for the CIA and the US government in generalill, it s so over the top and ridiculous, it s kind of entertaining It s the story of Jamie McBadAss, a true god fearing American Patriot spreading Freedom to the middle east with bullets and gritty one liners The way he writes himself into every important historic event makes me think of Forest Gump except as if it was written [...]


  12. you know a little about the CIA, Seals, Delta Force, FBI and a few other groups, but to read a book about them and what it evolves is something else It was hard for me to read this and to think are world is so screwed up that we can t trust anyone and the one that pays the highest gets the most information both the good and the bad It s scary that the country is on high alert all the time but I m thankful we have people that can do the job, does it help me sleep better at night l guess I m glad [...]


  13. Smith makes a compelling argument for the continued use of private contractors in today s world of political and military unrest His story is an interesting one as he describes how he worked for the CIA and from there became involved in the increasing world of private contractors in a variety of settings His story is interesting than fictionalized stories in the same venue because his tales are true, at least as far as his telling can be I enjoyed the different perspective he provides for event [...]


  14. If you want to know about how wars and conflicts are fought today, then this is a book for you It s well structured, contains a lot of interesting information ans gives a great insight into the gray world of modern warfare.


  15. This man s work is accurate, timely and worth reading He worked for CIA, was decorated for his service and has been maligned by the establishment ever since Take the time, read the book it reads like a Flynn or Clancy novel, but it s true.



  16. Captivating read Rumours exist that many parts of the book are fabricated stories I hope for all of our sake that this is fiction.



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