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A spy story by Jack Devine, CIA

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Jack Devine was a CIA spy for 32 years.

He eventually became acting chief of the agency’s clandestine service.

His new book, "Good Hunting, an American Spymaster's Story, shares stories of filing expense reports written with invisible ink and attempting to recruit a foreign agent in Santiago while gagging on spoonfuls of raw sea urchins. Read the Washington Post review and watch the video in the player above for Devine's own explanation of his book.


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