Real Life

    

Marcia’s most recent non-fiction work has centered on controversial intelligence issues. With her late husband, Thomas, a former FBI agent, she researched and wrote about two similar, yet very different, bizarre espionage cases.

     One, a Cold War misadventure, became America’s most popular soap-opera of the day in 1949 and 1950, with the country divided over whether freedom or execution was justified. The other is a contemporary spy story that enraged both Prime Minister Tony Blair and George W. Bush, shocked all of Europe, and, by design, escaped notice in the United States, which was responsible for the whole affair. Researching these cases sent the authors half-way around the world. More than once.
     Other non-fiction work has explored the nebulous world of the weather and homemade cosmetics and creams, among other subjects.

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