Eric Burkhart is the only American spy who was poisoned by a Russian and lived to tell the tale
Book Title: Mukhabarat, Baby! My Life as a Wartime Spy for the CIA by Eric Burkhart
Category: Adult non-fiction, 280 pages
Publisher: Scottsdale Multimedia, Inc.
Release date: May 1, 2015
Tour dates: February 22 - March 4, 2016
Content Rating: PG-13 + M (Includes profanities, violence and includes mature themes such as physical abuse)
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Eric Burkhart was born in North Carolina in 1965, and raised in France by his mother while his father was serving in Vietnam. Eric's parents retired to San Antonio, Texas in 1978, and Eric has considered himself a Texan since that time.
After completing college, Burkhart relocated to South Africa for a job in community planning and design. After returning to the United States in 1994, Eric started a career in federal service by becoming a Federal Agent. In 1999 he moved over to the CIA, which became his passion and focus in life. After being poisoned by while working in Kosovo in 2001, Burkhart was eventually obliged to medically retire, but not before extending his career to include tours in Iraq and Africa. Mukhabarat, Baby! is Burkhart's first book.
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