Single in the CIA

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Single in the CIA is a memoir about the author's experience as a single female working for the extremely male-dominated National Clandestine Service of the CIA. The author's story covers various romantic entanglements and workplace mischief she witnessed or was involved in. Single in the CIA is an entertaining and sexy romp through an often ugly experience. More
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About Shelly Mateer

Shelly Mateer is a former CIA officer. She writes books and stories inspired by her time working for the CIA. Her first book, Single in the CIA, is a memoir about her experience working in the National Clandestine Service (aka Directorate of Operations) of the Central Intelligence Agency. Her series, Mingling in the CIA, takes readers on a disturbing yet comical journey into the daily lives of the officers in America's premier spy agency. Mission: Stand Down is a true to life spy thriller – her most controversial book yet. Mommy Thinks She's a Monster is a touching children's picture book about moms and motherhood written from the perspective of a young child, who only wants their mommy to be present in their life. The Lemon Seed is a children's picture book about thriving in adversity and flourishing, even in dismal circumstances and environments. The Adventures of Shelly Beach series is an elementary-grade chapter book series that takes our youngest readers on magical adventures in the Florida Keys. As a mother of two young children, Shelly has created the BurpMitt® product line for baby and home, developed the Cooking in the CIA app and created a comical children’s music album, Mommy’s Gone Mad!

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Ali Anthony Bell reviewed on Jan. 19, 2022

Having written most of my own works as either autobiographical adult fiction or memoir, I can relate to how difficult it is to open up and tell the whole world secrets about my personal life. One book review from another author stated that I write "...telling things ... that almost nobody I know would actually publish." This is in the same category. Shelly states that writing this was a release for her, and I can definitely understand this.
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