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  • That was another thing: the spy—Perry preferred the term "deep-cover agent" to the older, more traditional word, but McCoy knew a spy when one was described to him—who had provided such excellent data for six years and then fallen silent in the past two.

    The Romulan Way

  • That was another thing: the spy—Perry preferred the term "deep-cover agent" to the older, more traditional word, but McCoy knew a spy when one was described to him—who had provided such excellent data for six years and then fallen silent in the past two.

    The Romulan Way

  • A colonel in the Foreign Intelligence Service and deputy head of the department handling deep-cover agents, he fed his American handlers sensitive information about the identities of Russian spies in North and South America.

    Russia Convicts Former Spy Official for Exposing Agents in U.S. Ring

  • "Protect and Defend" posits a what-if scenario: the destruction of an Iranian nuclear facility by a deep-cover Israeli operative and an impossibly perilous aftermath that threatens to plunge the Middle East, and the U.S., into war.

    Thriller Plots With Terror Themes

  • Maberry's first Joe Ledger novel, Patient Zero, was often listed as a horror novel (and has been nominated for a Bram Stoker award in that genre); but it is more about a battle against bio-terrorism by deep-cover U.S.

    REVIEW: The Dragon Factory by Jonathan Maberry

  • Along the way, it chronicles in patchwork form the innovative exploits and unintended consequences of a "secret and deniable" CIA-offshoot group assembled "to allow deep-cover officers to go where they couldn't go, and do what they couldn't do" under public scrutiny.

    Far-Flung Secret Ops, Shadowy Local Conspiracies

  • MOSCOW—A Moscow court convicted a former top intelligence official in absentia of betraying the 10 deep-cover spies arrested and deported from the U.S. last year in a case the court said had done serious harm to Russian espionage efforts.

    Russia Convicts Former Spy Official for Exposing Agents in U.S. Ring

  • Today the former deep-cover agent's expectations came true, as the spy agency announced that a long-rumored suit had been filed against him in July for breaking his secrecy oath by publishing his book without its approval.

    CIA files suit against former spy Ishmael Jones

  • Like the 10 suspects found yesterday, Metsos is accused of carrying out his "deep-cover" assignment for decades.

    Christopher Robert Metsos, 11th Suspect In Russian Spy Case, Arrested In Cyprus

  • Oleg Gordievsky, a former KGB spy who defected to Britain in 1985, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Russia likely has 40 to 50 deep-cover couples spying inside the United States.

    Russia Slams US 'Spy' Arrests As Cold War Throwback (PHOTOS)

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