Six Car Lengths Behind an Elephant: Undercover & Overwhelmed as a CIA Wife and Mother

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Imagine being married to a spy. Imagine keeping the big secret and moving your family from country to country to country. How does it all work? In this entertaining memoir Lillian McCloy shares stories from her life as the wife of an undercover CIA officer. Its an eye-opening and often humorous tale about the CIA marriage family secrets friendships international adventures and the meaning of home.A charming and unusual portrait of the secret life. - JOHN LE CARRE´ author of The Spy Who Came in from the Cold and Tinker Tailor Soldier SpyLillian McCloy reveals the intrigue danger and humor of clandestine life in her thoroughly entertaining account of a CIA familys nomadic lifestyle. Few living in the U.S. will ever encounter the unique trials and tribulations of the McCloy family but what a fascinating read it is! - ALAN B. TRABUE CIA (Ret.) author of A Life of Lies and SpiesIf youre married to a spy the always fraught arena of a relationship turns into a positive minefield. What does that all-night absence mean? What can you begin to say to the kids? Lillian McCloy gives us the story of a life spent around secret intelligence that is funny and charming and in every wonderful sense deeply spooky. - PICO IYER author of Video Night in Kathmandu and The Art of Stillness

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