Famously outed spy Valerie Plame hits back at the Bush administration in Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House, the AP reports. The book blasts the administration's "arrogance and intolerance," and calls the smear campaign against her husband, Ambassador Joseph Wilson, a dress rehearsal for Karl Rove's swiftboating of John Kerry.
Whole pages of the book were redacted after Plame lost a court battle against the CIA, and critics say it sheds very little light. The title refers to Rove's comment that Plame was "fair game." "The next time we were in line for Communion, I would whisper softly, 'My name's Fair Game, what's yours?'" writes the ex-spy of her fellow parishioner. (Read more Valerie Plame stories.)