By Andrew Kaplan
An edge-of-your-seat unique prequel in line with Showtime's hit sequence Homeland
Beirut, 2006. CIA operations officer Carrie Mathison slightly escapes an ambush whereas trying a clandestine assembly with a brand new touch, code-name Nightingale. Suspicious that defense has been compromised, she demanding situations the station leader in a heated war of words that will get her booted again to Langley.
Expert in spotting and watching for behavioral patterns—a ability improved via her bipolar illness she retains mystery to guard her career—Carrie is more and more definite terrorist plot has been set in movement. She hazards a surprising act of insubordination that is helping her discover mystery facts connecting Nightingale with Abu Nazir, the chief of Al Qaeda in Iraq. made up our minds to prevent the terrorist mastermind, she embarks on an obsessive quest that would approximately damage her.
Filled with the suspense and plot twists that experience made native land a must-watch sequence, this riveting story finds the compelling untold backstories of the series' major characters and takes enthusiasts deeper into the lifestyles and brain of 1 fabulous woman undercover agent.
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However, in December 1975 he was abducted, drugged, and driven to the Czech border, where it was discovered that he had succumbed to an accidental overdose. Unaware that her husband had agreed to participate in a high-risk double-agent operation for the principal purpose of enhancing the status of a KGB officer recruited by the FBI, Ewa conducted a lengthy legal campaign to establish the truth about his fate. Eventually information from the defector Vitali Yurchenko in August 1985 confirmed that Artamonov had been killed by accident, an account subsequently verified by a KGB retiree, General Oleg Kalugin.
Eventually information from the defector Vitali Yurchenko in August 1985 confirmed that Artamonov had been killed by accident, an account subsequently verified by a KGB retiree, General Oleg Kalugin. ARVAD, INGA. A devastatingly beautiful Danish blonde, Inga Arvad entered the United States as a student of journalism at Columbia University and worked as a columnist on the Washington TimesHerald. It was there she met Kathleen Kennedy, who in December ARVAD, INGA • 13 1941 introduced Arvad, a 28-year-old statuesque divorcée separated from her second husband, the Hungarian film director Paul Fejos, to her brother John F.
As Stein reviewed each case, the DO suffered more inexplicable losses. On 10 March Sergei Vorontsov, codenamed 8 • AMES, ALDRICH GT/COWL, who had spied since late 1984, was caught, and his CIA contact, Michael Sellers, was detained while on his way to a rendezvous in Moscow and expelled. Also in March, GT/VILLAGE was recalled from the Soviet consulate in Surabaja, Indonesia, and vanished. Two months later, on 7 May, another member of the Moscow station, Erik Sites, was ambushed while attempting to meet GT/EASTBOUND.