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Hamilton plays a young Russian girl recruited to be a sex spy, seducing men and catching them in compromising situations so they can be blackmailed. The problems start when she falls in love with one of her targets, and must figure out how to avoid the constant surveillance and defect. Written by
It was widely believed that these schools actually existed. Whether they did or not, I do not know.
During my first visit to the Soviet Union in 1977 I met a girl who fit this description almost perfectly. I met her in Yerevan, Armenia. She spoke English so perfectly that I could not imagine that she was not American. She knew everything about America. She was about 20 years old. She accompanied me everywhere I went for three or four days. She waited outside my hotel for me, which was the Hotel Armenia, every morning. She said that she was a graduate from the Foreign Language Institute in Moscow and her teachers had been American. This explained her perfect accent. She had never been outside of the Soviet Union.
I do not even remember her name, except that she was beautiful and she DID NOT play chess. During that same visit to Armenia I met two other girls who were strong chess players (but who did not speak much English) and I was much more interested in them.
Was this girl I met a budding KGB agent? I do not know. Probably she was not but it made me a bit nervous to be spending time with a girl in the Soviet Union who spoke English as well as I do. I never even tried to get her into bed.
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