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From 1998 to 2003, Lindsay Moran worked as a case officer for the CIA. She describes how the life of a spy was nothing like what she’d expected from watching James Bond movies and reading "Harriet the Spy" books.
- Lindsay Moran Freelance writer whose articles have appeared in the "New York Times," "The Washington Post," and "USA Today."
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