• $9.99

Publisher Description

For two decades John Walker, Jr. fed secrets absolutely crucial to America's national security to the KGB. Incredibly, for two decades, his treason remained undetected. 


Pete Earley's gripping tale of master spy John Walker, Jr. and his ring - his son, Michael; his brother, Arthur; and his best friend, Jerry Whitworth - is dazzling in its detail and shocking in its revelations.


"The greatest case in KGB history. We deciphered millions of your messages. If there had been a war, we would have won it." - Russian KGB officer Vitaly Yurchenko

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
1988
October 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
385
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pete Earley, Inc.
SELLER
Pete Earley, Inc.
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Evan3168 ,

Compelling look inside the warped mind of a spy

Entertaining, eye-opening, and full of intense personalities who clash into sometimes explosive episodes of rage. If you read this book for the espionage, you won't be disappointed and you'll discover neat tricks that the KGB used during the Cold War to deceive American intelligence.

Great read.

More Books by Pete Earley