A psychologist recently deployed to Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) to support its interrogation and detention missions. Thousands of his peers condemn this job, despite its legitimacy and utility. His memoir illustrates the insidious psychological assaults Al Qaeda has used to disrupt American cohesion since 2001. This non-fiction work exposes the imminently dangerous events and dynamics at GTMO. The author shows how current American beliefs directly jeopardize our success in the War on Terror.