Raised around the globe by a high-ranking American spymaster, Larry Kolb learned to think, look, and listen like a spy. Overworld—his father's term for the powers-that-be—is Larry Kolb's story of his own lifelong interaction with those powers. Overworld casts in human terms what it actually means and feels like to be a spy. From the practical to the emotional, it reveals how the world of espionage and covert statecraft actually works, and exposes the dark heart of a life built on betrayals.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Halieus - LibraryThing
Fast-paced, well-written autobiography. While you could learn a few trade-craft secrets reading the book, he focuses more on the social aspects of his life (and contacts) than anything else, and how ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Hagelstein - LibraryThing
A likeable memoir, sandwiched between a melodramatic preface and epilogue where we are repeatedly told the author is hiding out from the Indian government in a Florida beach house. His experiences ... Read full review