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

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Yale University Press, May 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 313 pages
32 Reviews
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  - 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

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

User Review  - Ryan Harvey - Goodreads

Interesting story but too technical for the lay reader to follow. If you work for the CIA you will probably really enjoy this book. 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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