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Contents Introduction 1. Escape 2. Roots in the Sand 3. Going Home 4. The Secret 5. The Life of the Party 6. Crunch Time 7. Accidents Will Happen 8. Spies and Lies 9. The Inside Game 10. The Invisible Empire 11. Getting the Goods 12. The Winds of War 13. Aftermath 14. The Fugitive 15. In from the Cold Epilogue: End Game Appendix: Behind the Scenes with the Iraqi Nuclear Bomb Index
Khidhir Hamza, a graduate M.I.T and Florida State University, is a Senior Fellow with the Institute for Science and International Security and a consultant for the US Department of Energy. In 1971, he was forced by Saddam Hussein to head Iraq's nuclear weapons programme.
Publishers Weekly, starred review Hamza indicts Iraq under Saddam, painting a detailed and convincing portrait of what it's like to live in a country under a violent dictator. Of the broadest interest to a wide spectrum of readers concerned about the fate of the world in the nuclear age. John Dinges author of Assassination on Embassy Row A true spy adventure that rivals The Great Escape. The story of one man's terrible secret, his conscience, and his drive to avert what would have been one of the century's epic crimes. William E. Odom The Washington Post Written in an easy journalistic style...not only stranger but frequently bloodier than fiction. Barbara Crossette The New York Times Book Review Gripping and unsettling...the rare account of the life of the privileged in Saddam Hussein's Iraq.