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James Grady is the author of the bestselling thriller Six Days of the Condor. He is the recipient of the Grand Prix du Roman Noir (France) and the Raymond Chandler Award (Italy), and was an Edgar nominee in the United States. Grady now lives in Washington, D.C.
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Intelligence officers -- Fiction.