There is also a lot of secrecy that goes on during the life of a spy and the espionage. For example, Marti Peterson seems like an innocent woman who works at the US embassy to hire potential KGB informants. She did her work like she was supposed to, showed up on time, and after work went out with other single people she worked with. Everything she owned in her apartment was typical for a young American embassy worker going from clothes and shoes to music and books. However, instead of going to lunch midday, she would go to the CIA's Moscow station to type up reports or prepare for an operation. At night and on the weekends, she would check out certain sites, deliver and retrieve agent packages, and keep a constant watch out for any sign that the KGB might know what she was doing. This is a perfect example of someone basically living a double life, their each individual only ever getting to know half of who she is. She maintains routines of a normal embassy staffer by day while carrying a full load for the CIA the rest of the time. The two roles were separate, the first convincing, the second invisible.