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Valerie Wilson retired from the CIA in January 2006, and now, not only as a citizen but as a wife and mother, the daughter of an Air Force colonel, and the sister of a U.S. marine, she sets the record straight, providing an extraordinary account of her training and experiences, and answers many questions that have been asked about her covert status, her responsibilities, and her life. As readers will see, the CIA still deems much of the detail of Valerie's story to be classified. As a service to readers, an afterword by national security reporter Laura Rozen provides a context for Valerie's own story.
Fair Game is the historic and unvarnished account of the personal and international consequences of speaking truth to power.
I had seen the movie "Fair Game" in the theater. When I was looking for some good reading I bought the book. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Reuben H.
This book reveals that Carl Rowe should have been prosecuted for his blatant breach of national security; endangering the lives of the men and women in the field and damaging the... Read morePublished 20 days ago by harry
I did not finish this book as I found it very boring
I would not recommend it to any one
In order for the author to get this book past the CIA administration she had to agree to significant amounts of text to be 'redacted'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rick
I was never interested in politics, so I never picked this up - but this is quite a remarkable story! Very interesting and gave me a new perspective about the situation.Published 2 months ago by lk32131
Hard to put this book down. The CIA has redacted an lot of what she had to say, but the message of being hung out to dry by a corrupt administration hell bent on obscuring it's bad... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Herbert R Hawn
I was surprised to see much of the text of this book marked redacted. So you will be reading along and all of a sudden large portions of the narrative are redacted. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ritaseattle
That Valarie Plame got terribly dealt to by the absolutely unethical White House and Cheney in particular, is not in question. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Mayson
I enjoyed this book although it was hard to follow at times when so much of what she wanted to say was redacted.Published 2 months ago by mountainman