From Heather M. of The Televixen:
Andrew Airlie talks about The Romeo Section
“You’ll see that he has been a past working operative in Canadian intelligence, and now he’s a contractor. He works as a freelance intelligence spymaster, if you will,” he says. “His primary career is as an academic, but he has stayed in the intelligence game because he needs the access to that world to complete his magnum opus in academia. Hopefully that will be clear to everyone. Yes, he’s a professor by day, and not that he’s a spy by night, but yes, he does have a second career that has kept going.” Continue reading.
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