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Independently Published, Mar 8, 2019 - Fiction - 268 pages
The 1983 bombing in Beirut changed the way the United States viewed terrorism. Inside the CIA, changes had to be made.At the center of it all is Dr. Alvin Higgins, an awkward analyst with a dream to be part of the solution. Before he joined C. G. Cooper's Corps Justice tales he had a beginning. This is his story, how he came to the CIA as a bookworm, a green recruit tagged as the one who would fail. Find out how this fish out of water began his march to greatness by impressing his peers with his intellect and humanity, all while building an interrogation apparatus that would support the CIA's efforts in the decades to come.

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