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'An insider's look at CIA operations in Moscow, the most challenging

operational city in the world, revealing the tradecraft precepts used to

keep priceless assets productive against overwhelming KGB surveillance.

Written by two of the people who created these breakthrough tactics, The

Moscow Rules takes you every step of the way on the snowy streets of

Moscow.'―Jason Matthews,New York Times-bestselling author of the Red

Sparrow trilogy'If there was ever a single book which could sum up the

dangers, heroism, inventiveness and intrepidity of the intelligence

officers of the CIA it is The Moscow Rules. This final homage to one of

the nation's bravest patriots will be an instant bestseller. It is the

real-life spy thriller one can't put down.'―Malcolm Nance,New York

Timesbestselling author ofThe Plot to Destroy Democracy'Even inside the

CIA, very few know the whole story of how the highest-level CIA

tradecraft was developed for use in Moscow. The legendary Tony and Jonna

Mendez were a vital part of creating that tradecraft, and their riveting

insider account is unlike any spy story that's ever been published.'―

Joe Weisberg, creator/executive producer,The Americans'A gripping read.

Thanks to Tony Mendez's extraordinary talent, the CIA was able to elude

KGB surveillance to carry out high-risk, high-payoff operations with

impunity-until tripped up by traitors within our own ranks. It's all in

this book-the good, the bad, and the ugly, unflinchingly revealed. Tony

and his wife and coauthor, Jonna, were two of the stars from the Office

of Technical Service, CIA's version of James Bond's 'Q,' and key to so

many of the agency's successes-and nowhere more so than in Moscow during

the Cold War.'―Jack Downing, former chief of station, Moscow, and the

CIA's former deputy director for operations'Intriguing true stories of

the techniques of CIA spying on the dangerous front line of the Cold

War.'―Dame Stella Rimington, former director of MI5'A gripping,

interesting and relevant read... reads like a spy novel yet tells a true

tale of the darkest days of the espionage war largely fought between the

CIA and the KGB.'―Cipher Brief Read more Antonio (Tony) Mendez

served in the CIA for twenty-five years and is a highly decorated CIA

officer, one of the top fifty officers in its first fifty years. He

received the Intelligence Star for Valor for the ARGO operation, the

story of which was told in the 2013 movie of the same name. He is the

author of the New York Times bestselling Argo, The Master of Disguise,

and Spy Dust.Jonna Mendez is a former Chief of Disguise with over twenty-


five years of experience as a CIA officer working in Moscow and other

sensitive areas. She participated in a number of training exercises,

along with Tony, which ultimately led to the codification of the rules.

She co-wrote Spy Dust with her husband about their shared experience in

Moscow during the twilight of the Cold War. Often cited for their

expertise in the field, Jonna and Tony are both much sought-after

speakers and consultants.Matt Baglio is the bestselling author who

previously worked with Tony on Argo, and is also the author of The Rite.

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