We’re thrilled to share that Andrew Kirsch’s I Was Never Here: My True Canadian Spy Story of Coffees, Code Names, and Covert Operations in the Age of Terrorism was featured on two industry-leading bestseller lists this week: the Toronto Star (#3) and the Globe and Mail (#9).
I Was Never Here is Kirsch’s thrilling, informative, and often humorous memoir of his time as an intelligence officer with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). In its pages, he offers a peek behind the curtain of a government body that few know much about (in fact, according to a 2021 survey, just 3 in 10 Canadians are able to accurately identify CSIS as the organization responsible for investigating national security threats). He also answers a few lighthearted questions, including what it’s like to navigate dating and relationships as someone who has been sworn to secrecy about what they do for a living. Publishers Weekly calls the book “delightfully self-deprecating.”
I Was Never Here is available at brick-and-mortar and online retailers. Click here to learn more about this bestselling title, and join us in congratulating Andrew on this incredible achievement!