In this, the 4th in the Sybil series, Sybil is given an ultra-top-secret clearance rating based on her previous performance and her ice-in- the-veins way of going about the Company's business. Now she has to juggle life as a wife and mother keeping secrets, as a famous public figure in her profession as a network medical consultant news reporter, and as a CIA agent who is under threat of assassination from an unseen and unnamed mole in the intelligence community. When three of her fellow agents are murdered, Sybil is offered the job of finding the mole which considerably increases her chances of meeting harm. What she does will involve secrets and scandals at the highest level of government.
|Series:||Secrets and Scandals: Secret Spy to Top-Secret CIA Mole Hunter , #4|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Carl Douglass, Neurosurgeon turned Author, writes with gripping realism stemming from his experience as a general surgeon during the unpleasantness in Viet Nam including exposure to the murderous CIA Phoenix Program, about which he wrote a scholarly novel entitled THE LAST PHOENIX. Douglass is a retired neurosurgeon, a world traveler, and a humanitarian who has visited the parts of the world about which he writes. He was reared in a small mountain town in the west, then entered into competition with some of the best talents and brains in the country as he pursued his life's dream. He knows the underbelly of many countries and about the courage and dignity of people ruled by despots and has made for himself a research career trying to understand that part of the world. The Sybil series is a product of his imagination, but it has a generous dollop of practical reality woven into it. Douglass lives with his wife of fifty years in the quiet enjoyment of their mountain home.