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Agents of Innocence by David Ignatius
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Aug 10, 2011

bookshelves: did-not-finish
Read from June 25 to 26, 2011

I remember hearing that David Ignatius, a writer for the Washington Post and sometimes commentator on the Diane Rehm show had written spy novels, but I forgot until I heard his latest book mentioned on NPR recently. So, I thought I would give this a try. I'm about 50 pages in, and I like it. It was published in 1987, and this novel takes place in Beirut. I'll be curious to see what he does with it.

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Katherine Clark I only read about 50 pages of this book. It is very well written, but I've decided it wasn't for me. When I read spy fiction, I almost always want it to be somewhat over the top and exciting. His book I would call sincere spy fiction. I think he does a great job of showing an actual spy's life--and I wanted adventure and romance. Ah well. I'll try again someday.

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