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Question 1: Silva returned to Washington, D.C., for a job with ________'s Washington Bureau, where he worked as a producer and executive producer for several of the network's television programs, including Crossfire and Capitol Gang.
Fox News ChannelCNNCNN en EspañolHLN (TV channel)

Question 2: After two more years he was appointed as UPI's Middle East correspondent and moved to ________.

Question 3: He began his writing career as a journalist with a temporary job from ________ in 1984.
United Press InternationalInchon (film)The Washington TimesUnification Church

Question 4: The job became permanent and, a year later, he was transferred to the ________, headquarters.
Phoenix, ArizonaBostonWashington, D.C.Atlanta

Question 5: The title is based on the Cold War rules in which ________ agents were trained when operating against the Soviet Union, known as the Moscow Rules—for example, "Don't look back, you are never alone".
Defense Intelligence AgencyNational Security AgencyVietnam WarCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 6: Daniel Silva (born 1960) is the best-selling American author of 12 thriller and ________ novels.
Intelligence (information gathering)Clandestine HUMINT asset recruitingEspionageClandestine HUMINT

Question 7: Silva's first book, The Unlikely Spy, is a ________ thriller featuring Professor Alfred Vicary.
Second Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 8: He lives in Georgetown in Washington, D.C., with his wife, the ________ Today show's national correspondent Jamie Gangel, and their children, Lily and Nicholas.
NBCShopNBCUniversal SportsTelemundo

Question 9: His assignment was to cover the ________.
1984 Democratic National ConventionDemocratic National ConventionAl Gore2008 Democratic National Convention

Question 10: The Messenger continues Allon's relationship with the new pope as the Vatican is targeted by Saudi Muslim fundamentalists of the ________ sect.
IslamismIslamic terrorismIslamic fundamentalismWahhabi


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