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    DOC [The Unexpected Spy Tracy Walder] erotic horror Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestThe only other spy memoir I've read was Valerie Plame's FAIR GAME which was really good although irritatingly large sections of the memoir had been redacted for security purposes by the CIA The CIA is a jerk like that I figured that since Tracy Walder not only worked for the CIA but also the

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    DOC [The Unexpected Spy Tracy Walder] erotic horror Fantastic book for everyone who likes thrillers mystery suspense and current eventsWalder about whom I knew only as a parent of a Hockaday alum explains her background her work for the CIA in terrorist takedowns including regrets over the bad guys she didn't get and the fiasco that was no real surprise given evidence from recent events at the

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Summary The Unexpected Spy Tracy Walder ☆ 7 Free download The Unexpected Spy characters ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB The riveting story of Walder's tenure in the CIA and later the FBI In high security steel walled rooms in Virginia Walder watched al aeda members with drones as President Bush looked over her shoulder and CIA Director George Tenet brought her donuts She tracked chemical terrorists and searched the world for weapons of mass destruction She created a chemical terror chart that someone in the White House altered to convey information she did not have or believe leading to the Ira invasion Driven to stop terrorism Walder debriefed terrorists men who swore they’d never. This was fun actually even though the protagonist came across as a teensy bit too naiveAnd every time I was stateside I made sure to get highlights in my hair or touch up my roots No matter how far away I went in the world I needed to hold on to the sorority girl in me I needed to believe that she I could survive all this cSanity reuired a little reckless joy some make believe and the whimsy of those ridiculous pink flamingos staked into the crumbling ground like big plastic bouuets c when your life depends on the intelligence and efficiency of the people around you respect takes on a whole new meaning c I can t think of anything There was the fake ID I had given to my mother on the plane but that didn t seem worth mentioning This was after all an organization that operated under fake IDs cMy maternal grandfather Jack Davis was my biggest champion supporting me and cheering me on in all I did with great enthusiasm I ve come to realize that everyone needs at least one person like this in their life We need an audience of some sort an admirer who fully openly and unabashedly adores us and is always happy for us For me it was my grandpa No one was proud of the various certificates and medals I was awarded in school and eventually in the CIA than he Often it seemed like the only point in getting a certificate or award was so that I could take it home and show my grandpac I had taken the time to curl my hair and had put on bright red lipstick that perfectly matched my nail polish I don t particularly like the attention of strangers and I hate to be the focus of any group but I love clothes makeup and dressing up Since my time in the sorority I have fully rejected the idea of anyone any man woman or institution telling me I have to dress a certain way to play a role I ve been assigned through the expectations of others So even as an intelligence officer working mostly with men I wanted to be taken seriously while exercising the right to curl my hair into long ringlets because I like my hair that way c we practiced driving our eighties drug lord cars into a cement wall that stood at the long end of the track If the car could still be driven you did it again If you totaled it the first time your job was done c Maybe those braincells that got scrambled in such exercises could be what drove all the batshit weirdness we ve all been able to see the last decades Now that s a thought Do you ever look into the woods and wonder how many pairs of eyes are looking back out at you Of course I m in intelligence Like you cThe whole thing felt like a nutty funhouse game Only dangerous No matter what we reported to the administration they turned it around turned it inside out and spat it back out into some non truth version of what had been said c On Monday February 4 I handed a finished chart to the office of the White House On Wednesday February 5 Colin Powell made a speech to the United Nations in an effort to garner support for the invasion of Ira My colleagues and I watched the speech on television As Powell presented his case he held up the chemical terrorists chart But it was not the chart I had turned in The words Irai Linked had been added to my words Terrorist Chart Now I understood why the CIA had been denied approval to pick up Zarawi and take out the Ansar al Islam labs in northern Ira All our information was being reframed and then submitted as proof that Hussein had weapons of mass destruction Zarawi who had no known connections to Hussein was mentioned 21 times in that one speech Yes 21 Soon enough they d congeal with the Bush anointed Zarawi as their leader and rebrand themselves as ISIS or ISILWhen it became clear that this war was a lot messier than most people had expected and that there were no WMDs in Ira the CIA was blamed for the whole shebang falsely accused of having provided faulty intelligence I must say this in response to that accusation I was there I m one of the people who supplied the intelligence Not a single bit of anything my team turned in was faulty How it was changed and twisted by the White House was faultyThe CIA did not betray the White House The White House betrayed the CIAc

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Summary The Unexpected Spy Tracy Walder ☆ 7 Free download The Unexpected Spy characters ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Speak to a woman until they gave her leads She followed trails through North Africa Europe and the Middle East shutting down multiple chemical attacks Then Walder moved to the FBI where she worked in counterintelligence In a single year she helped take down one of the most notorious foreign spies ever caught on American soil Catching the bad guys wasn’t a problem in the FBI but rampant sexism was Walder left the FBI to teach young women encouraging them to find a place in the FBI CIA State Department or the Senate and thus change the world Length 8 hrs and 10 min. This was a really interesting book I found the differences between the CIA and FBI from a female perspective chilling I d like to know if there are other female agents who also feel such a level of misogyny in the FBI And perhaps hopefully a lot has changed in the last 20 yearsExcept for the distraction of having entire paragraphs redacted I found the story engaging Walder did a great job characterizing her fellow teammates that gave a level of humanity to the horrors they faced while searching for the terrorists I thought her ways of coping with the stress of her job to be uite relevant today as many are facing during this global pandemic Thanks to NetGalley and publishers for the free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review

Tracy Walder ☆ 7 Free download

Summary The Unexpected Spy Tracy Walder ☆ 7 Free download The Unexpected Spy characters ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB A highly entertaining account of a young woman who went straight from her college sorority to the CIA where she hunted terrorists and WMDsA thrilling taleWalder’s fast paced and intense narrative opens a window into life in two of America’s major intelligence agencies Publishers Weekly starred review When Tracy Walder enrolled at the University of Southern California she never thought that one day she would offer her pink beanbag chair in the Delta Gamma house to a CIA recruiter or that she’d fly to the Middle East under an alias identityThe Unexpected Spy is. Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestThe only other spy memoir I ve read was Valerie Plame s FAIR GAME which was really good although irritatingly large sections of the memoir had been redacted for security purposes by the CIA The CIA is a jerk like that I figured that since Tracy Walder not only worked for the CIA but also the FBI something similar would happen here I was not wrong Portions of THE UNEXPECTED SPY were redacted although not as significantly Maybe because Tracy Walder was doing less sensitive work Or because she was significantly less high profile Either wayIt s difficult to review memoirs because while in many cases it s possible to divorce the author from their body of work if you try hard enough to compartmentalize that s not really possible to do with memoirs because the memoir is essentially the person or at least a part of the person the one they re willing to share with the public And when you don t really like the person writing the memoir it s really difficult to like the memoir Because again the main character of the book is literally the person writing itAn alternate working title for this book could be Humblebrag The Musical Why The Musical Because this author wouldn t stop singing her own praises Look I m capable of girling out as much as the next lady but Walder was SO ANNOYING about it I didn t really need to know that she wore mascara every day while deployed or made her mom schedule hair salon appointments for her every time she came back from a mission or how long and blonde her hair was like 90% of other sorority sisters she s uick to tell us and how she s so attractive and blonde everyone notices her including FBI scum bags who make her write a literal apology letter for wearing a fitting suit whatLook I know girly girls get a lot of hate and women aren t allowed to build themselves up in society without being crushed down so I tried to take a look deep inside myself and ask was I feeding however unintentionally into internalized misogyny But no I don t think so There was a lot of back patting than James Comey s A HIGHER LOYALTY which had me rolling my eyes from page one ok like page 20 Whether it s her brag about being immune to pepper spray or her brag about being one of the guys or a brag about how she s never done anything illegal except for the undocumented cleaning lady whom she totally throws under the bus when she thinks the agent interviewing her is on to her super illegal actions it s just a non stop brag festOH and she is privileged as all get out The way she excuses enhanced interrogation techniues torture praises the Dub saying she d vote for him despite being a Democrat and whines about the discrimination she received from people hating on her for being Californian and oh yes blonde and let s not forget the cleaning lady she outted while talking about the buckets of makeup she wears all the time I was just so done with this lady and her blithe ignorance of her own over bloated sense of self worth There is an actual passage in here where she and this other lady are actually talking about whether or not they should wear eye makeup to the pepper spray test FBI agents apparently have to go through so they know how it feels to be maced hence how she figured out her resistanceKudos to her for taking on a position in a role that typically has a boys club vibe or did at the time for calling out institutional sexism despite caving to it out of necessity and for taking pride in her own accomplishments I just really hated the arrogant self satisfied manner in which this was written The spy stuff was cool but all the redacted passages do break up the narrative in a jarring way and you just know that the CIA took out all the juicy bits Giving credit where credit is due though it was satisfying to see her acknowledge that the Ira invasion was largely responsible for the formation of ISIS I m sure it s not easy being in a government agency but I m not sure it attracts likable people Thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review 25 to 3 stars

  • Hardcover
  • 272
  • The Unexpected Spy
  • Tracy Walder
  • en
  • 10 December 2020
  • 9781250230980