New In Paperback

July 20, 2008|By The New York Times

"Fair Game: How a Top Spy Was Betrayed by Her Own Government"

by Valerie Plame Wilson

Simon & Schuster / 413 pages / $15

Columnist Robert Novak destroyed Valerie Plame Wilson's career when he identified her as a CIA officer in 2003, and she wrote this book both to settle scores and to support her family. After reviewing the manuscript, the CIA demanded many deletions; the book includes the censor's marks as well as an afterword by reporter Laura Rozen, who uses the public record to fill in the gaps.

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