The Man who Kept the Secrets: Richard Helms & the CIA
Pocket Books, May 3, 1983 - 508 pages
An account of the thirty-year career of the quintessential CIA man details his activities and attitudes as an intelligence agent and official and reveals--objectively and comprehensively--the workings of the CIA itself
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