Jun 28, 12
Read from June 16 to 28, 2012
Pretty well written and a fascinating look into how interrogation can work when done without resorting to torture. The only downside is the book contains a lot of redacted text, particularly in later chapters dealing with interrogation. Some of these redactions are just absurd. For example in a first-person sequence it will say Then X went inside and what X saw was... so it's totally obvious that they just blanked out the "I." Even dumber is one sequence where it obviously involves a story about a snake, which it blanks out on one line and then admits to on the next line.