The Debriefing: A Novel of Deception

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Duckworth, Gerald &Company Lt, Dec 1, 2004 - Fiction - 202 pages
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Stone, an American agent trained in the most sophisticated methods of debriefing, must uncover every detail about the life of Kulakov, a highly placed Russian courier who wants to defect to the United States.

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The Debriefing

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This 1979 novel is a typical Littell espionage thriller. A defecting Russian is debriefed by Stone, a member of a secret arm of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. What Stone discovers during his investigation, however, is more than he bargained for. Read full review

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Another solid read by Littell. Some of this was pretty easy to figure out, some of it really caught me by surprise, but all of it was enjoyable to read. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Robert Littell's novels include the New York Times bestseller The Company and many others. A former Newsweek journalist, he makes his home in France.

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