The Fbi-KGB War: A Special Agent's Story
Berkley Publishing Group, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 341 pages
Here is a fascinating account of America's most sensational spy cases--told bythe FBI agent who helped crack them. The book offers the high drama behind the FBI's efforts to combat German and Soviet espionage in this country, and "reveals much about the inner workings of the Bureau during an era when . . . 'the FBI agent was king'".--Publishers Weekly.
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In 1941 Lamphere embarked on a 14-year FBI career largely devoted to foiling Soviet espionage in the United States. This readable, if occasionally self-serving, memoir recounts his often significant ... Read full review
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