Spies, Lies & Psychosis

Spies, Lies & Psychosis

by Joan Kopczynski

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Spies, Lies & Psychosis by Joan Kopczynski

This is a journey through several bizarre espionage events leading to mental illness and a condition known as bipolar schizoaffective disorder. Her story tells of being betrayed by her lover, suffering public embarrassment at the hands of a liberal professor, and befriended by a KGB agent as well as a man pretending to be an FBI Agent. Following a dubious car crash, her brother-in-law transports her home to the Northwest while questioning her about coworkers' ties to the Trilateral Commission. After receiving psychological treatment, she graduates from Gonzaga University and becomes a stockbroker in Washington, DC where she meets and becomes lovers with a New York Times bestselling author and spy. At twenty-five, she experiences onset of a treatable mental illness but later a series of circumstances causes a manic episode which nearly destroys her life. This story is important in helping to understand a seemingly fragile state that can be altered at any time.

Note: This material has been reviewed by the CIA to prevent the disclosure of classified information.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781936178384
Publisher: Gray Dog Press
Publication date: 10/01/2010
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Joan Kopczynski worked for the CIA for five years as an Administrative Assistant in the 1970s. Born and raised in a small town in Idaho she now lives in Washington State. She has been treated for bipolar schizoaffective disorder and had done extensive research on the subject.

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