By Ronald Kessler. I always question whether spy/tradecraft exposés qualify as true crime, but if the government executed the Rosenbergs for it, I suppose we have to make room for it...not to mention for the idea that the CIA's mishandling of Col. Vitaly Yurchenko qualifies as criminally negligent. But what do I know, I was a poetry major.
Wait, I know this: the hardcover is a first printing that, while very trim and square, does show signs of age, including a sticker "footprint," some edgewear and toning to the dust jacket, toning of the pages, and a little water damage on the flyleaf (see pics). Still, a diverting window into the preoccupations of the last century.