Amazon's "reviews" were caught making numerous false and misleading statements to discredit and cover up the true account of black ops so dirty the book was rated "R." For the first edition, fair reviews of The Setup by Goodreads.com gave it 3-Stars by two different reviewers. The author feels these are closer to accurate ratings than Amazon's.
The second edition took over two years to rewrite, update and revise to bring it up to its current standards. After critics, editors and friends gave input, the second edition was born to multiple 5-Star professional reviews.
"Terry’s story is a real-life thriller of espionage and true crime. Indeed, readers will remain riveted from cover to cover with his memoir of international intrigue… [His] compelling story is backed by a knowledgeable voice and a wealth of documentation… These tales are what great movies are made of…"
-Todd Rutherford, Book Reviewer
The second edition tells how a black operation could be legal. The logic of the story is about like True Lies and similar to The Firm or North by Northwest. The book is informative on the inside track on the spy business, describing incredible spy technology and know how. In a world where spies use others as cover to run black ops, the author finds himself in one hell of a setup and proves himself by escaping from overseas spies acting as part of an NSA security operation.
Check out the book the NSA is trying to quietly make go away.