After reading so many of his non-fiction books, I was pleasantly surprised that former CIA operative Robert Baer could also write a gripping thriller. Thanks to Blow The House Down, now I begin to understand that all those crazy conspriracy theorists who believe 9/11 was an inside job, might not be so nutty after all. Baer's "fiction" shows how it could have been pulled off. It's unfortunately plausible and definitely chilling. I would have given the audio book a 4-star rating, however the abridged version is too choppy. It might be better to get the printed version and read instead of listen.
"ROBERT BAER was a case officer in the Directorate of Operations for the Central Intelligence Agency from 1976 to 1997. He served in places such as Iraq, Dushanbe, Rabat, Beirut, Khartoum, and New Delhi, and received the Career Intelligence Medal in 1997. He now divides his time between Washington, D.C., and France."