Spy Wars: Moles, Mysteries, and Deadly Games (Google eBook)

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Yale University Press, May 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 313 pages
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King Lear, one of Shakespeare's darkest and most savage plays, tells the story of the foolish and Job-like Lear, who divides his kingdom, as he does his affections, according to vanity and whim. Lear's failure as a father engulfs himself and his world in turmoil and tragedy. He changes from king to beggar, and finally, to man, in a pattern of loss and discovery which reflects the archetype of tragic wisdom.
  

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Review: Spy Wars: Moles, Mysteries, and Deadly Games

User Review  - Rebecka - Goodreads

Would have appreciated even more insight into how we can ensure that our government does not make mistakes like this again. Read full review

Review: Spy Wars: Moles, Mysteries, and Deadly Games

User Review  - Alistair Rae - Goodreads

what was pitched as a review of Cold War human intelligence and counter intelligence turned into a polemic on a single, albeit contentious, case. Bagley seeks to clear his name and puts together a ... Read full review

Contents

Part II Deadly Games
103
Part III Hidden Moles
145
Part IV Confrontation
175
Part V Too Hot to Handle
195
Part VI Late Light
221
A KGB Veterans View of Nosenko
247
A Myth and Its Making
256
Selfdeception Bane of Counterintelligence
265
Glossary
278
Notes
291
Index
307
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