The stories in this book depict the duplicity, treachery, betrayal and murder that represent the dark side of espionage. Share the helplessness of a CIA officer pressured into murdering a man he is told is a traitor only to find, after committing the deed, that no one in the Agency leadership will admit to knowledge of the incident. Read how the CIA leaders seek to comply with an illegal order from the President to assassinate the King of Saudi Arabia while somehow avoiding being charged with murder in the American courts. Follow the head of Russian military intelligence in the United States as he attempts to save his career after his top agent in Washington is arrested by the FBI.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Benson Grayson had more than twenty-five years of experience in intelligence operations, including service as a Foreign Service Officer of the State Department and as a Senior Research Fellow at the National Intelligence Agency. He subsequently worked as a reporter covering the Washington political scene.
CIA ASSASSIN And Other Stories by Benson Grayson is a work of fiction portraying different accounts of betrayal and espionage in three separate short stories: “CIA Assassin”, “The Saudi Pilot”, and “The Russian Spy-Master”. A key factor in how well these stories were delivered is the author’s background. Benson Grayson had more than twenty-five years of experience in intelligence operations, which explains why these stories are so engrossing and feel real.
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