The Moscow Rules
Jonna Mendez, former chief of disguise at the CIA, recalled the many covert intelligence operations that she and her late husband and former CIA operative, Tony Mendez, conducted in Moscow during the 1970s.
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Chris Costa Executive Director International Spy Museum
Jonna Mendez Author
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