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The Art of Intelligence: Lessons from a Life in the CIA’s Clandestine Service, Henry A. Crumpton (Penguin Press, 2012) {Penguin Audio, David Colacci}

The Art of Intelligence is a real life memoire by CIA spy Henry A. Crumpton that tells story of his career and discusses trade craft, and the growing role of America’s intelligence officers. For more information go to: http://www.sophaynempire.wordpress.com

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The Shadow Patrol; A John Wells Novel, Alex Berenson (Putnum Adult, 2012){Penguin Audio, 2012; Narrator: George Guidall)

The Shadow Patrol by Alex Berenson is an action spy thriller that with the mystery and realism of a late Roger Moore Era James Bond flick. It is well crafted and kept me turning pages, but… well read the whole review for the but… (www.sophyanempire.wordpress.com) Continue reading

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