The Debriefing: A Novel of Deception

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Duckworth Limited, 2007 - Fiction - 202 pages
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Stone, an American agent trained in the most sophisticated methods of debriefing, must uncover every detail about the life of Kulakov, a highly placed Russian courier who wants to defect to the United States.

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User Review  - alanteder - LibraryThing

This is a great little Spy vs. Spy caper with several quirky characters thrown in for some comic relief (often with a dark edge). American penetration-agent-in-waiting Stone is chosen to debrief ... Read full review

The Debriefing

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This 1979 novel is a typical Littell espionage thriller. A defecting Russian is debriefed by Stone, a member of a secret arm of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. What Stone discovers during his investigation, however, is more than he bargained for. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Robert Littell's novels include the New York Times bestseller The Company and many others. A former Newsweek journalist, he makes his home in France.

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