Tag Archives: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Hidden Moon: An Inspector O Novel, James Church (Minotaur Books2008)

Hidden Moon has all the intrigue and fascination of a LeCarré novel, combined with an affable, sarcastic hero whose outlook makes one understand how good people can support a corrupt system. Set in North Korea, we find the Intrepid Inspector O assigned to investigate a Bank Robbery, something almost unheard of in North Korea. The case soon spirals into intrigue as it becomes clear that powerful domestic and foreign concerns are involved in crime. A stand alone story that builds on the previous volume, Hidden Moon was a great read that I highly recommend to any who enjoy tales of Espionage.

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Anna Chapman, Russian Spies and the Media

Is the media trivializing the work of the FBI in the recent Russian n spy ring case involving Anna Chapman (oh yes and nine other alleged operatives)? Continue reading

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