The Spy Who Was Left Behind With Author Michael Pullara

Mar 25, 2019 | 14:33 GMT
(Simon and Schuster)
Freddy Woodruff was a spy, a CIA station chief in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. He was murdered in 1993 with a single bullet to his head. A young man was swiftly convicted. Case closed. Or was it? One man, a lawyer by training, spent years trying to discover what really happened. Enter the KGB, the CIA, the U.S. courts, and dozens of other minor — or major? — players in this complicated tale of espionage, cover ups, double crosses and all the elements that make up a thrilling, real-life whodunnit.
Author Michael Pullara speaks to Fred Burton in this episode of the Stratfor Podcast.

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Michael Pullara's Author Page

The Spy Who Was Left Behind by Michael Pullara

An Excerpt from Beirut Rules by Fred Burton and Samuel Katz

An Arrest at Apple Shows How Corporate Spies Worm Their Way into the System

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