Spycatcher: The Candid Autobiography of Senior Intelligence Officer
"For five years we bugged and burgled our way across London at the State's behest, while pompous bowler-hatted Civil Servants in Whitehall pretended to look the other way". Peter Wright, ex-MI5 agent, tells with startling frankness and detail the devastating story of a government agency operation outside the law, where the only rule was the 11th Commandment "Thou shalt not get caught."
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