Title: Last Days of The Condor
Author: James Grady
Grady, James (2015). Last Days of The Condor. New York: Forge
PS3557.R122 L37 2015c
- United States. Central Intelligence Agency–Fiction.
- Washington (D.C.)–Fiction.
Date Posted: November 15, 2016
Reviewed in The Intelligencer
Grady, author of the 1974 bestseller, Six Days of the Condor, resurrects CONDOR as former Agency operative put into protective custody years ago for reasons that aren’t explained. CONDOR has a low-level job at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, where he sorts books discarded by military bases. His handler, Homeland Security agent Faye Dozier, checks in on him periodically. On one visit to Condor’s apartment, Faye discovers her partner crucified on a wall with his eyes gouged out. A confusing, ponderous chase ensues as CONDOR and Faye join forces to escape the assassins.
 “Selected Fiction by Members (of AFIO)” The Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies (21, 3, Fall/Winter 2015, p. 140).