Mole  -     By: Morgan Jones
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Michelle Pardeau, a secretary with CIA's Athens Station, has only one life ambition: to become a case officer for CIA. But few women are allowed to be case officers, and she's got another strike against her. Jack, her father and a top CIA case officer, was forced to resign in disgrace after a secret informant leaked his identity and that of his agent to the Greek press.

Michelle is determined to clear her father's name. The Station Chief is determined to ruin hers. But what if she could pull off the first-ever CIA penetration of the outlawed Communist Party of Greece-and find the mole?

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 516
Vendor: Oaktara Publishers
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 160290085X
ISBN-13: 9781602900851
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MORGAN D. JONES, also the author of Catalyst and Culpa (both OakTara), enlisted in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and learned Russian while stationed in Vienna, Austria. After graduating with a degree in economics, he served the C.I.A. for 36 years, mostly as an intelligence analyst of Soviet military affairs, writing intelligence reports for the President, Cabinet members, and top policy makers. During that time, he learned Greek. For several years he was chief of the Agency’s Analytic Training Branch. As an offshoot, with a fellow CIA officer, he taught analytic methods in Georgetown University’s Master of Science Foreign Service graduate program. Upon his retirement in 1993 he wrote The Thinker’s Toolkit: 14 Powerful Techniques for Problem-Solving and founded, with another CIA officer, a Virginia company, Analytic Prowess), which conducts workshops for federal agencies and private companies.

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