The Guys Who Spied for China

The Guys Who Spied for China,a roman a clef exposing Chinese espionage networks in the United States, is a quirky tale of how two disparate men uncovered a network of homegrown spies that had operated in California and across the country for decades. A new twist on the spy drama, this personal and darkly humorous tale captures what it feels like to be thrust into the shadowy world of espionage. More

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About Gordon Basichis

Gordon Basichis is the author of “The Blood Orange," a hard edged, modern day romantic mystery thriller in the tradition of classic LA Noir.
He is the author of The Guys Who Spied for China," a roman a clef exposing Chinese espionage networks in the United States, a quarter finalist in Amazon's Breakthrough Novel competition. He is he author of the best selling Beautiful Bad Girl, The Vicki Morgan Story, a non-fiction novel about the international affair between department store scion, Alfred Bloomingdale, and his mistress, Vicki Morgan, that helped define exotic sexuality in the late twentieth century. His first published novel The Constant Travellers, is a metaphysical Western Fantasy that was optioned by two motion picture studios. He has worked as a screenwriter and producer.
Basichis is Co-Founder of Corra Group, specializing in background checks and corporate research and investigation for companies around the world. He is a native of Philadelphia, but has lived most of his life in Southern California and Northern New Mexico.

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