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Victor Cherkashin debunks commonly held myths about how spying works and gives the real version of spycraft. Well told story of his time in the KGB.Published 13 days ago by Susan Donnelly-Sept
I loved Red Notice, then the Billion Dollar Spy and finished up with Spy Handler. All great books. This one was a little tough just due to the Russian names, but you'll get over... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Donald Henig
I came to this book after seeing numerous references to it in "The billion dollar spy". I seem to be reading about cold war spying at the moment. Read morePublished 6 months ago by albionphoto
It's a great book (used for a class, but great nonetheless) to see from the point of view of a KGB operative. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Wendell K Fry
I read Milt Bearden's book first. While the two followed pretty closely, this gave a different perspective as well as some interesting incites from an insider during the breakup of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Too many toys
This was a huge disappointment. I stopped reading it after not very long. It seemed to be what the KGB wants the world to think rather than the truth. Read morePublished 11 months ago by A customer
Interesting and well written.
Filled with first person insights and experiences as a KGB officer.
Son of a Secret Police Officer (NKVD) in the '30s/'40s. Read more