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Valerie Plame, author,

Valerie Plame, author, "Burned," "Blowback," and "Fair Game"

Air Dates:
December 20-23, 2014
Former CIA Operations Officer & NY Times Best-Selling Author
· Highly Trained In The Field of Nuclear Proliferation
· Leader - Global Zero, An International Movement To Eliminate The Global Nuclear Threat

-- This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Valerie Plame Wilson, the former United States CIA Operations Officer and the author of “Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House,” a memoir detailing her career and the events leading up to her resignation from the CIA.

Currently, she is co-writing best-selling spy thrillers with the accomplished author Sarah Lovett. Plame discusses their second thriller, Burned. Their first novel, Blowback, received rave reviews. The books draw upon Plame's knowledge of spycraft and experiences in the field, delivered in a fictional format, and revealing in a most thrilling way the heroism and the challenge that working undercover represents. Plame shares how her CIA career - including assignments in counterproliferation operations - enables her to recreate the faced-paced world of spy-versus-spy.

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Lorene Mills Hosted by veteran journalist and interviewer, Lorene Mills, Report from Santa Fe brings the very best of the esteemed, beloved, controversial, famous and emergent minds and voices of the day to a weekly audience that spans the state of New Mexico. During nearly 40 years on the air, Lorene Mills and Report from Santa Fe have given viewers a unique opportunity to become part of a series of remarkable conversations – always thoughtful and engaging, often surprising – held in a warm and civil atmosphere. Gifted with a quiet intelligence and genuine grace, Lorene Mills draws guests as diverse as Valerie Plame, Alan Arkin, and Stewart Udall into easy and open exchange, with plenty of room and welcome for wit, authenticity, and candor.