Former CIA Operatives Dayna & Robert Baer: A Husband and Wife True-Life Spy Story
The last date listed for Dayna & Robert Baer: A Husband and Wife True-Life Spy Story was Tuesday March 29, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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I am really looking forward to reading the book. Many colorful and intriguing stories were shared at the talk. My only regret is that the questions weren't more probing into their observations about the cultures of the Middle East and the specific challenges to overcoming the unrest in that region. The anecdotes were great, I just wish there had been a touch more substance. I don't hold the speakers responsible for this, but more the Q&A format. Got the impression that there weren't very many in the audience familiar with Robert Baer's earlier books.
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I was dissapointed. I was hoping to get more of an overview of thier lives. Instead, they were asked questions by a moderator and we just got bits and pieces of things that were disjointed.
Dayna seemed generally disconnected and uninterested....continued
Quotes & Highlights
On The Company We Keep: “Funny, frightening, ironic, and deeply moving, this is an utterly engrossing thrill ride,” —Richard North Patterson, author of Degree of Guilt
Moderated by Barry Eisler, Former CIA Directorate of Operations, Creator, John Rain series; Author, _Inside Out _
Married couple and former CIA agents Dayna & Robert Baer discuss their lives as spies and as a married couple.
Robert Baer is the author of three New York Times best-sellers: See No Evil, Sleeping With the Devil, and The Devil We Know. He has become one of the most authoritative voices on American intelligence.
Robert’s book See No Evil inspired the hit film Syriana starring George Clooney.
Robert and Dayna’s new book, The Company We Keep, is unlike any previous account of life in the CIA.