Betrayal: The Story of Aldrich Ames, an American Spy

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Wheeler Pub Incorporated, 1996 - Espionage, Soviet - 324 pages
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The inside story of the biggest molehunt in the history of American intelligence: the search for and discovery by three New York Times journalists of Aldrich Ames, who was paid by the Soviets for years to spy in America. 16 pages of photos. Index.

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Excellent book, very detailed. It takes some concentration to read because it can get really complicated, with many players and intertwining story lines! But this is an excellent book for spy and history enthusiasts. Read full review

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User Review  - Raghu - Goodreads

Aldrich Ames was an American spy who turned traitor and served the USSR from deep inside his position inside the CIA headquarters in Washington DC. He helped the KGB nab the CIA's many Soviet spies ... Read full review

Contents

You Must Have the Wrong Man
1
CuldeSac
9
A Seminar in Treason
17
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Tim Weiner is a reporter for "The New York Times," He has written on American intelligence for twenty years, and won the Pulitzer Prize for his work on secret national security programs. He has traveled to Afghanistan and other nations to investigate CIA covert operations firsthand. This is his third book.

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