Mask of treachery

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W. Morrow, Oct 1, 1988 - Political Science - 765 pages
Using newly discovered top-secret British and American reports, and confirming the resulting analysis with veterans of British intelligence and the CIA, this book uncovers a sophisticated Soviet plan to infiltrate their agents into the highest levels of British and American societies. 16 pages of photos.

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The amazing exploits of the Soviet "Cambridge spy ring'' have been extensively written about since Anthony Blunt, the queen's art advisor, was unmasked in 1979. British historian Costello provides a ... Read full review


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