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    An important read for all teens, YA

    I received a free electronic ARC of this memoir/biography on January 9, 2020, from Netgalley, authors Tracy Walder/Jessica Anya Blau, and St. Martin's Press. Thank you all for sharing your hard work with me. I have read 'The Unexpected Spy' of my own volition, and this review reflects my honest opinion of this work. This should be required reading for 14/15-year-old kids of both sexes. Most of the glass-ceiling-breaking women we read about are hard as nails and just as tough as Bruce Willis. Tracy Walder wears bright lipstick and peek-toes killer heels. AND gets the job done. I appreciated the flack she endured over her time in the CIA and especially the FBI experience. Balanced on top of the problems she had in school, it is remarkable that she was able to pull this off. But the Tracy Walder that gets ALL my respect is the teacher at an all-girls school because we can only change that which we understand well enough to get behind. The girls taught by Ms. Walder will approach the world with a full arsenal of knowledge and tools to combat prejudice of all forms, from all sides. The battle will be tougher in peek-toed heels, but she certainly gets the job done, as will her students.

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