A Defector in Place

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Fiction - 428 pages
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Based largely on the defection of Raya, one of Washington's most successful cases, this is both a passionate love story and a fast paced espionage adventure. The recruitment and defection of a valuable agent is the holy grail of competing super powers. But when the "foreign asset" proves to be a beautiful woman who agrees to stay at her post as a mole she become a priceless jewel. As chief cipher clerk at the Russian Embassy in Mexico City she has access to Moscow's secret communications between Soviet agents in Latin America.

But Washington did not count on a forbidden love affair between the sexy spy and the Company's case officer. Only the loving loyalty and support of a patriotic Mexican woman protects operation "Aurora". But it also puts the KGB's best counterspy hot on their trail.

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About the author (2003)

Tolliver is an intelligence operative who actively participated during the Cold War. His experiences range from service in Mexico, Cuba, Africa, England, Berlin, and Moscow. He began government service serving as personal assistant to the chairman of the US Senate Subcommittee on Internal Security. His access and experience in the arena of international espionage and intrigue provide unique insights and vibrancy to his writings. After retirement he taught investigative techniques in the Criminal Justice Department of a Florida college. He is presently an instructor for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's training program.

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