The spy in the Russian club: how Glenn Souther stole America's nuclear war plans and escaped to Moscow

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C. Scribner's Sons, Jun 1, 1990 - Political Science - 275 pages
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Profiles a U.S. naval officer who divulged top-secret U.S. nuclear war plans to the Soviets, examining the impact of his security breach and the inept investigation that followed

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Investigative journalist Ronald Kessler plunges into Glenn Souther's life, alleged American spy for the KGB. With some panache, he retraces Souther's formative years, all though college and university ... Read full review

The spy in the Russian club: how Glenn Souther stole America's nuclear war plans and escaped to Moscow

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This book describes the activities of Glenn Souther, a U.S. naval employee who spied for the Soviet Union and subsequently defected there. The work, while sometimes repetitive, is quite readable and ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
12
Section 2
24
Section 3
47
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About the author (1990)

Ronald Kessler was born in New York City in 1943. He grew up in Belmont, Massachusetts and attended Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. He is an American journalist and author of 18 nonfiction books. Kessler worked at the Washington Post for many years. After this he began to write books about current affairs and national intelligence topics. Four of his books were listed on the hardcover nonfiction New York Times Best Seller list. In 2009 he published In the President's Secret Service: Behind the Scenes With Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect.

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