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The Spy Who Saved the World

How a Soviet Colonel Changed the Course of the Cold War

Jerrold L. Schecter

A nonfiction le Carre that offers an unprecedented glimpse at the real drama of how a spy is "run"--and run to ground--this is the never before told story of Oleg Penkovsky, the highest ranking Soviet official to ever cooperate with the West. Written with exclusive access to transcripts of Penkovsky's meetings with the CIA. Photographs....
Publish Date
March 1
Goodreads rating
Jan 02, 2021
@yogabykate @mojaveb @alexrblackwell Other good books are Billion Dollar Spy, Wilderness of Mirrors (Martin), Mole by Hood, Betrayal in Berlin, Russians Among Us and the Spy Who Saved the World. The Angel about Israel and A Secret Life about Kuklinksi are good.      source