Spy; Twenty Years in Soviet Secret Service: The Memoirs of Gordon Lonsdale
First-person account of a Soviet agent, exchanged in a spy trade between the U. S. S. R. and Britain in 1964, describing years of activity in the U. S. and in England.
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