Sleeper Spy

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 12, 2011 - Fiction - 416 pages
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In the wake of an important KGB agent's disappearance, an event of international proportions, journalist Irving Fein teams up with a television anchorwoman and stumbles on the story of a lifetime. 


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A sleeper is a spy sent to an enemy country at an early age to melt into the culture until being utilized, sometimes as long as 20 years later. Reporter Irving Fein is investigating such a person: a ... Read full review

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William Safire joined the New York Times in 1973 as a political columnist, where he also writes a Sunday column, "On Language," about grammar, usage, and etymology. The author of several books including Freedom, Full Disclosure, and Scandalmonger, he is the winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary and served nine years as a member of the Pulitzer Board.

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