Monday, February 25, 2013


If you are either a intelligence professional working within one of the 17 agencies comprising the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) or simply a spy buff, you'll enjoy getting to know Corey Pearson. The series is exciting, genuine and factual,Here's why.

As a member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO), I attend seminars and discuss intel matters with professionals in and around Washington DC. These intelligence professionals afford me much of their expertise in writing each episode in the Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean series. Currently, I consult with 27 intelligence field operatives (both retired and still active) and scholars who teach intelligence studies. For example, some of my writings were written after I spoke with Harry Mason, who is an expert on foreign and domestic intelligence and retired from the CIA after 35 years of service. Mason earned both the prestigious CIA Intelligence Medal of Merit and the National Intelligence Medal Of Achievement awards. I also gained insight into the workings of CIA operatives by interviewing a classmate of Valerie Plame's (Wilson), James Marcinkowski. They trained together at "The Farm", the mysterious CIA operative-training school.

So, if you are a vacationer to the Caribbean, a spy buff, or an intelligence professional, you'll enjoy meeting Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean. He has favorite hang-outs, like the TIKI BIKINI HUT Beach Bar on Junkanoo Beach and his clandestine contact rendevous in the beautiful gardens behind the the British Colonial Hotel, both in Nassau, Bahamas. By reading the Corey Pearson online series, you'll learn other "best-kept secret" places to visit throughout his assigned region- the Caribbean!

Note: All videos and photos on YouTube and embedded in the online Corey Pearson online series were taken on location by the author, Robert Morton.

Robert Morton, M.Ed., Ed.S. is a member of the Association Of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO) and writes the online Corey Pearson, CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean series.

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