"Taken from what could be tomorrow's headlines, the author takes us deep into the underside of Pakistan's intelligence services, where nationalism clashes with Islamic fundamentalism, as radical elements plot against India-with nuclear war hanging in the balance. Plot twists, well developed characters, settings that bring you the feel and smell of South Asia, this is a page-turning, exciting ride."  

- Gary Schroen
former senior CIA officer and National Best Selling author of "First In"

   

About the Author

Duane Evans graduated from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, with a BS degree in police science. After college, he joined the Army as a commissioned Military Intelligence Officer and was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division, at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

After a tour as a platoon leader he attended, the Special Forces Officer course with a follow-on assignment to the 7th Special Forces Group. Duane also completed U.S. Army Ranger School and earned a Master Military Parachutist rating.

After six years in the Army, Duane joined the CIA in 1983. He completed the career trainee program and language training and began his career overseas as an operations officer. After tours of duty on four continents, Duane retired in 2007. At this point of his life, Duane now had the opportunity to complete the book he had been thinking about writing since 1995 -- North From Calcutta.

Duane's CIA career included service as Chief of Station, the Agency’s most senior field position. He earned the Intelligence Star which is awarded for valor. His career included tours of duty in Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and South Asia, the setting for North From Calcutta.

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