By Way of Deception
St. Martin's Press, 1990 - Political Science - 371 pages
The author of this, the most explosive autobiography of its kind since Patrick Wright's Spycatcher, is an ex-case officer of the Mossad, Israel's world-renowned intelligence organization. In this book he goes far deeper into the Mossad's frightening and often ruthless covert activities than the current bestseller, Every Spy a Prince.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BBcummings - LibraryThing
Learned a lot about training of and the skills required to be an espionage operative. Some of the stories need to be taken with a grain of salt. The author is a bit self-aggrandizing. Don't remember ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - HanoarHatzioni - LibraryThing
"it is out of love of Israel as a free and just country that i am laying my life on the line - facing up those who took ti upon themselves to turn the zionist dream into a present day nightmare..." Read full review