Blanchfield, Hampson co-author book, The Two Michaels: Innocent Canadian Captives and High Stakes Espionage in the U.S.-Cyber War – The Hill Times



Blanchfield, Hampson co-author book, The Two Michaels: Innocent Canadian Captives and High Stakes Espionage in the U.S.-Cyber War – The Hill Times blanchfield-hampson-co-author-book-the-two-michaels-innocent-canadian-captives-and-high-stakes-espionage-in-the-u-s-cyber-warAno

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Mike Blanchfield, left, and Fen Hampson, co-authors of the upcoming book The Two Michaels: Innocent Canadian Captives and High Stakes Espionage in the U.S.-Cyber War. The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy and Sam Garcia

Mike Blanchfield and Fen Hampson have co-authored an upcoming book, The Two Michaels: Innocent Canadian Captives and High Stakes Espionage in the U.S.-Cyber War. The book, published by Sutherland House, will be out next month. The Toronto Star ran an excerpt on Oct. 2, headlined “The Two Michaels: Friends and relatives reveal how they coped behind bars—exercise, books, and determination ‘not to be broken’.” The excerpt is sensational and the book looks like a must read.

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