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Fidelity

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In the gripping debut novel from Jan Fedarcyk “the FBI’s First Lady” Vanity Fair a brilliant young FBI agent named Kay Malloy joins the counterintelligence unit in New York City with devastating conseuences both personal and professionalKay Malloy always knew hers would be a life of service Following the tragic death of her humanitarian parents Kay and her brother Christopher were raised in a world of wealth and culture by their godparents With ambition and se. A superb Counter Intelligence CI novel that is factual in both events and story time line This type of work evolves slowly and can come to a head rapidly Some times you win and sometimes you lose or it could be a tied game The main character Kay Malloy is a gutsy hard working Agent who knows what she wants and goes forward in a positive manner with the end game plan always in the forefront of her actionsI thoroughly enjoyed this novel from a professional viewpoint The author's story telling was excellent and I recommend this novel to anyone who wants to obtain a real feel for CI work I have given it a five star ratingI obtained an ARC from Netgalley for my unbiased reviewThank you Frank for your review

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Lflessness Kay takes a job at the FBI to honor her parent’s legacy while Christopher’s life grows increasingly aimless After rising uickly through the ranks and working for an elite counterterrorism unit in New York Kay struggles to find her footing When she is assigned to investigate the leak of Russian government intelligence operatives alongside the CIA she knows this is her chance to prove she deserves a place in the department As danger mounts and conflicti. Fidelity is as accurate a portrayal of the life of a female FBI agent as the bureau will allow anyone to write Jan Fedarcyk spent 25 years working for the FBI rising higher in the organization than any woman in history When she retired she was the assistant director in charge of the New York Field Office the largest in the FBI The story of Special Agent Kay Malloy beings with the pursuit of a Balti drug dealer with Malloy screwing up through an attempted act of kindness She redeems herself shortly afterward by killing the suspect and saving her much senior partner's life This was a little cliched but maybe necessary to establish Malloy's chops as as a gunslinger when she needs to be She is otherwise characterized as being perhaps too genteel for her FBI colleagues' tastes as they nickname her Ivy in commemoration of her expensive and exclusive education Counterintelligence is one of the bureau's most important functions and necessarily one they are tight lipped about Most of the story focuses on Malloy's transfer to the New York Field Office and her assignment to a joint CIAFBI operation to identify a mole within the CIA It's here that the often tedious work of counterintelligence is described in greater and accurate detail than most works of fiction achieve Of course Kay Malloy is not the typical FBI agent and the investigation involves her personally and in a convoluted way than anyone anticipated I'm hoping this is just the first of Kay Malloy's adventures Fedarcyk has at least two book titles to use before she's out of FBI motto words and that she follows the same path as her biographer rising in the FBI ranks Cursed by Darkness (Befallen Tides, rising uickly through the Ship of Magic (Liveship Traders, ranks and working for an elite counterterrorism unit in New York Kay struggles to find her footing When she is assigned to investigate the leak of Russian government intelligence operatives alongside the CIA she knows this is her chance to prove she deserves a place in the department As danger mounts and conflicti. Fidelity is as accurate a portrayal of the life of a female FBI agent as the bureau will allow anyone to write Jan Fedarcyk spent 25 years working for the FBI Kick-boxing pour la ligne rising higher in the organization than any woman in history When she Firm Abs Flat Stomach retired she was the assistant director in charge of the New York Field Office the largest in the FBI The story of Special Agent Kay Malloy beings with the pursuit of a Balti drug dealer with Malloy screwing up through an attempted act of kindness She Vacaciones Fatales 2/ Fatal Vacations 2 redeems herself shortly afterward by killing the suspect and saving her much senior partner's life This was a little cliched but maybe necessary to establish Malloy's chops as as a gunslinger when she needs to be She is otherwise characterized as being perhaps too genteel for her FBI colleagues' tastes as they nickname her Ivy in commemoration of her expensive and exclusive education Counterintelligence is one of the bureau's most important functions and necessarily one they are tight lipped about Most of the story focuses on Malloy's transfer to the New York Field Office and her assignment to a joint CIAFBI operation to identify a mole within the CIA It's here that the often tedious work of counterintelligence is described in greater and accurate detail than most works of fiction achieve Of course Kay Malloy is not the typical FBI agent and the investigation involves her personally and in a convoluted way than anyone anticipated I'm hoping this is just the first of Kay Malloy's adventures Fedarcyk has at least two book titles to use before she's out of FBI motto words and that she follows the same path as her biographer Living the Eternal Way rising in the FBI Tamara de Lempicka ranks

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Ng leads cloud the investigation Kay suddenly finds she must make the impossible choice between those she loves and the country she’s sworn to protect Filled with insider detail from retired FBI Special Agent Jan Fedarcyk the first woman to lead the FBI’s prestigious New York Office Fidelity is a “compelling” Publishers Weekly and thrilling look into the world of counterterrorism as well as the gripping story of one woman’s fight to honor both love and dut. I have very mixed feelings about this novel which felt to me as though it was written by two people one who supplied the procedural details and definitions and one who filled in the plot and characters There are two stories as well which is than it needed I wish Fedarcyk has either dealt solely with the counterespionage investigation at CIA or with the illegals issue It's a uick read What really bothered me though were the details that were just incorrect or off Why perpetuate the CIA liars thing especially when the Chief of the Counterespionage Group at CIA is an FBI agent and has been since the Ames case The CIA DDO is not referred to as Director and does not get to decide which FBI field office investigates a case let alone be the person in Washington who appears to control it CIA officers are not Agents and I'll bet FBI Agents have some thoughts on any number of other things The big positive to me was that Kay dealt with the drudgery of a matrix although there was gun play in the end There's little info on the CIA bad guy which was disappointed Try this if you would like a realistic view of how the intelligence community deals with a mole THanks to Netgalley for the ARC Kitty Princess and the Newspaper Dress retired FBI Special Agent Jan Fedarcyk the first woman to lead the FBI’s prestigious New York Office Fidelity is a “compelling” Publishers Weekly and thrilling look into the world of counterterrorism as well as the gripping story of one woman’s fight to honor both love and dut. I have very mixed feelings about this novel which felt to me as though it was written by two people one who supplied the procedural details and definitions and one who filled in the plot and characters There are two stories as well which is than it needed I wish Fedarcyk has either dealt solely with the counterespionage investigation at CIA or with the illegals issue It's a uick Let God Guide You Daily read What The Art of the Hustle really bothered me though were the details that were just incorrect or off Why perpetuate the CIA liars thing especially when the Chief of the Counterespionage Group at CIA is an FBI agent and has been since the Ames case The CIA DDO is not Adolfo Kaminsky referred to as Director and does not get to decide which FBI field office investigates a case let alone be the person in Washington who appears to control it CIA officers are not Agents and I'll bet FBI Agents have some thoughts on any number of other things The big positive to me was that Kay dealt with the drudgery of a matrix although there was gun play in the end There's little info on the CIA bad guy which was disappointed Try this if you would like a Aik Thi Sara / ایک تھی سارہ realistic view of how the intelligence community deals with a mole THanks to Netgalley for the ARC

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