The author deserves great credit for his extensively researched series on Canadian Military Intelligence. I have read Volumes 1 & 2 and they ably portray both the maturing and contribution this arm of the services has provided to the country. However, this is not an easy narrative nor a fast-pace spy thriller. It reminds me of a commissioned corporate history so will appeal to quite a narrow audience of academics and former members of the service. By the way, the title is the service's motto.
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