Nancy Adair

Nancy Adair

“Mike’s cobalt blue eyes were filled with mystery, unnerving, to say the least.”

 

Novelist, blogger, and now memoirist, Nancy Adair left the
United States in the eighties with her diplomat husband, two
babies, and an electric typewriter. The Embassy life agreed with
her. Not the life of tea parties and special privileges, but the life
of intrigue, of partying with the CIA and heads of state, privy to
the truth vs. the facade. Through her twenty-five years overseas,
her sensibilities were most profoundly affected by the absurdity
of political beings, those found in both her memoir and her novel,
Beyond the Scope—Truth Turns Deadly in the Congo.