What an eye opener....so sad to think this actually happened and our own AMERICAN's were behind it...sick!
Colonel Herrington is to be commended for his generous and unstinting praise of the U.S. Army's counterintelligence special agents, the CIA and the FBI.
I strongly--STRONGLY--recommend this fine book to all Americans interested in how the Cold War was really waged.
I thought it was interesting as historical information, but did not think it was suspensful or exciting. I did not finish reading it as my curiosity and interest waned.Published 4 months ago by Book Chick
Great read. Finnished in a weekend because i couldnt stop. Read this on assignment for a job. Had 2 weeks but finished it in 2 days. Didnt even put it down to sleep.Published 6 months ago by brent blake
This book contains two true stories of spycatching at it's best. Would make a great movie as it contains lots of intrigue!Published 8 months ago by Jan Duncan
Colonel Harrington was a prime "spy catcher",directly involved in several of the biggest and most dangerous cases of Communist espionage the United States ever experienced. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Christopher McLarren
Great book for anybody interested in learning more about US Army Counterintelligence during the Cold War. Very informative and well written.Published 17 months ago by Marco Barbieri
Since I served in the same U.S. ARMY Division that this book is based on I couldn't wait to read it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by John Linzinmeir
I went to school with the Conrad girls in BK. What an eye opener....so sad to think this actually happened and our own AMERICAN's were behind it...sick!Published 19 months ago by Carol Johnson
I think its good reading for people interested in espionage and counterespionage. I highly recommend this book as a professional development tool for any body work in this field.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
I got it for my husband and he loves it as he knows so many of the people in it.
He also knows the author!