Spy Candy

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4.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Feb 12th, 2010 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
This twenty-story gay male anthology is pure fiction. Nothing like this would happen in the real intelligence world. Wipe from your mind even the slightest thought that anything like this has already happened in the collection of intelligence down through the ages. There would never be a special unit in U.S. intelligence, for instance, that collected intelligence the time-honored way—by sexual purchase and subornation. There would certainly be no use of male homosexuality and society’s censure of that to recruit and control foreign intelligence assets as is fantasized in these stories It’s true that the easiest, most assured way of collecting intelligence is not torture. It, rather, is the “giving” to someone who knows what you want to know what they want most in exchange for information they know. So, do enjoy this collection of short stories on a fantasy depiction of the techniques and methods of collecting intelligence through gay male spy candy. But don’t for a moment think that it does happen or that it ever could. It’s pure fiction, yes it is.

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