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Coming Soon, Pisces Moon: The Dark Arts of Empire

The CIA as Organized Crime - French edition

As no other writer, Doug Valentine has been to the heart of darkness in American foreign policy and come back with stories of historic moment. His brilliant, courageous work is revelation, prophecy, wisdom. It will stand as a singular mark of our saving capacity to learn.
Roger Morris

The Hotel Tacloban is now available at Open Road Media (click to order)
"Doug Valentine belongs to that precious remnant of journalists and historians with the wisdom to see our time, the integrity and courage to write about it, and the literary grace to bring it all chillingly alive." Roger Morris, author of Richard Milhous Nixon: The Rise of an American Politician, 1991

contact me at dougvalentine77@gmail.com
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The Strength of the Wolf and The Strength of the Pack will soon be re-published by Independent Publisher's Group under the Authors Guild back-in-print imprint.

The Douglas Valentine Vietnam Collection at the National Security Archive in Washington, DC, has been open and used by researchers since early 2007. The Collection contains the research material, including audio files of interviews with senior CIA and military officers in the Phoenix program, original handwritten interview notes, and government documents obtained from CIA and military officers as well as through FOIA requests, for my book The Phoenix Program. The Collection can only be used in the National Security Archive's Reading Room; it is not available for interlibrary loan and an appointment must be made to use it. The "resguide" link below will help anyone who wants to read the material.