"88 Days to Kandahar drips with tension and insight. Bob Grenier is the role model for members of the
National Clandestine Service."
—Richard Armitage, former Deputy Secretary of State
"If you want an insider's account of the first American-Afghan War, you can't do better than this; the
CIA station chief in Islamabad at the time, Grenier directed the effort. Important reading to understand
where we are today."
Robert Grenier rose through the ranks of CIA's Clandestine Service to assume leadership roles in the greatest national security chalenges of his time - as CIA Chief of Station for Pakistan and Afghanistan at 9/11, as CIA's White House representative during the Iraq campaign, and then as Director of CIA's Counter Terorism Center. Today he is Chairman of ERG Partners, serves on corporate and philanthropic Boards, and is a noted writer, lecturer and television commentator. An avid sailor, he splits his time between the Chesapeake and the Caribbean.