Spycatcher: the candid autobiography of a senior intelligence officer

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Dell, Aug 1, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 496 pages
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In 1976, former Assistant Director of MI5 Peter Wright left British Intelligence when the government had repeatedly refused to pursue his discovery of the infamous "Fifth Man" in the Burgess-Maclean-Philby-Blunt KGB spy ring. An uncensored account of the American and British business of spying--a work so revealing it has been banned in Britain.

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Review: Spycatcher: The Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer

User Review  - Simon Zohhadi - Goodreads

A fascinating autobiography from Peter Wright detailing his work for British intelligence. This is a controversial book that Thatcher tried to ban. The suspicions and exposure of the Cambridge Four ... Read full review

Review: Spycatcher: The Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer

User Review  - Bill Keefe - Goodreads

This was a great book! It was a great chronicle of a career, an in-depth look at the British intelligence services and a perceptive look at a culture and an era. To top it off it was very, very well ... Read full review

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