Blowing My Cover: My Life As a CIA Spy
A former CIA case officer describes the idealistic ambitions that motivated her Harvard education and efforts to gain acceptance into the CIA before her life as a spy proved to be not only less glamorous than expected, but unsettlingly unprincipled and haphazard, in a humorous personal memoir that recounts the author's witness to tragic intelligence failures. Reprint.
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Review: Blowing My Cover: My Life as a CIA SpyUser Review - Kristy - Goodreads
This was a fairly easy book to read. The process to become an agent was interesting. The stories of her time as an active CIA agent weren't boring. I question how she was able to write this book. Other books I've read by ex-CIA are full of redactions. Read full review
Review: Blowing My Cover: My Life as a CIA SpyUser Review - Claudia - Goodreads
Interesting, amusing, and a little sad. Read full review