Which “spy skill” would you want to be a master of? a)

Which “spy skill” would you want to be a master of? a)

4/18/2021, 3:58:41 PM
Which “spy skill” would you want to be a master of? a) fluent in multiple languages b) perfect and detailed recall of your surroundings c) excel at hand to hand combat. (I’d love perfect and detailed recall.) . Today I’ve partnered with @amazonpublishing #sponsored ) to share the recent release of “The Eighth Sister” by New York Times bestselling author, Robert Dugoni, which is now available for purchase on Amazon.com. (you may be familiar with Dugoni’s bestselling Tracy Crosswhite series) . Synopsis: When his former bureau chief shows up with a new assignment that takes him undercover to Moscow, former CIA case officer Charles Jenkins jumps at the opportunity. But when he finds the mastermind behind the assassinations of a clandestine US spy cell, Jenkins begins to question everything that he was led to believe. In a deadly game of cat and mouse, Jenkins executes a darling escape, only to find himself abandoned by the agency he serves. The mission is over. Now the ultimate betrayal begins. . I’ve always enjoy espionage books and films (and wish I was like Jason Bourne) but honestly, I think I would struggle too much with some of the hard decisions they have to make. I can also be pretty rash when I’m angry. So I just stick to reading about them instead. ha. . #theeighthsister #robertdugoni . #thriller #spythriller #suspense #onthebed #detectivefiction #hyggetime #cozyvibes #onmybed #homemood #cozymorning #stayinbed #hyggemoment #amreading #bibliophile #bookrecommendation #espionage

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