‘A Time To betray’ on Washington Post’s Book World Bestsellers

Written by Reza Kahlili on August 24th, 2012

A time to Betray, made the Washington Post’s Book world Bestsellers for the week of August 10th, 2012.

Washington Post

BOOK WORLD Bestsellers — Aug. 10, 2012

(Numbers in brackets represent weeks on the list)

(Click on the author’s name to be linked to Book World’s review.)

NONFICTION HARDCOVER

1.STRENGTHS FINDER 2.0: … ONLINE TEST FROM GALLUP’S “NOW, DISCOVER YOUR STRENGTHS”

(Gallup, $24.95). By Tom Rath [87]

2. THE CIRCLE MAKER: PRAYING CIRCLES AROUND YOUR BIGGEST DREAMS AND GREATEST FEARS

(Zondervan, $19.99). By Mark Batterson. [8]

3. DOUBLE CROSS: THE TRUE STORY OF THE D-DAY SPIES

(Crown, $26). By Ben Macintyre

4. WILD: FROM LOST TO FOUND ON THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL

(Knopf, $25.95). By Cheryl Strayed, [5]

5. JESUS CALLING: ENJOYING PEACE IN HIS PRESENCE

(Integrity, $15.99). By Sarah Young. A devotional of daily readings [4]

6. A TIME TO BETRAY: THE ASTONISHING DOUBLE LIFE OF A CIA AGENT INSIDE THE REVOLUTIONARY GUARDS OF IRAN

(Threshold, $26). By Reza Kahlili. [1]

7. THE SECOND WORLD WAR

(Little, Brown, $35). By Antony Beevor. [1]

7. SUCCEED: HOW WE CAN REACH OUR GOALS

(Hudson Street, $25.95). By Heidi Grant Halvorson. [1]

9. RED INK: INSIDE THE HIGH-STAKES POLITICS OF THE FEDERAL BUDGET

(Crown Business, $22). By David Wessel. [1]

10. UNBROKEN A WORLD WAR II STORY OF SURVIVAL, RESILIENCE, AND REDEMPTION

(Random House, $27). By Laura Hillenbrand. [63]

Read the full report: BOOK WORLD Bestsellers — Aug. 10, 2012

See:  David Ignatius reviews ‘A Time to Betray,’ the memoir of an Iranian double agent – the Washington Post Book World Review.

See All Reviews : Praise and Reviews

“A Time to Betray” was announced the Winner of The 2011 International Book Awards in two categories of: Autobiography/Memoirs and Best New Non-Fiction. It was also honored as the “Finalist” in the Non-Fiction Narrative.

“A Time to Betray” was announced the Winner of The National Best Books 2010 Awards (category: Non-Fiction: Narrative). It was also honored as the “Finalist” in the “Autobiography/Memoirs” category.

“A Time to Betray” was named the book of the month by Magazine of The Marines  / Leatherneck in January of 2011.

“A Time to Betray” is part of JCITA’s (Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy of DOD) and CI CENTRE (The Leader in Counterintelligence) Iranian Program’s readings.

William Baldwin’s company, Beyond Comprehension, has purchased the screen rights to “A Time to BetrayBaldwin and producing partner Warren Kohler reportedly “will develop the project as a limited series or miniseries.”

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