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Killer Spy In the waning days of the Cold War, Aldrich Ames systematically and cold bloodedly sent a dozen of the US s best agents to their death, betraying them to the Soviets forthan two million dollars This is the story of how he was finally caught. Free Download [ Killer Spy ] Author [ Peter Maas ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. I was a bit young when the Aldrich Ames arrest went down, and I ve always been intrigued by the American spy who betrayed his nation which led numerous people to their deaths This book was informative, but in an easy to read way The historical detail...

  2. Aldrich Ames was a perfect example of inept our country s CIA was and probably is at policing their own He was a constant screwup who just kept getting promoted No one noticed when he suddenly cleaned himself up and spending money on fine suits and cars What he did was terrible and he ...

  3. Interesting story, poorly written.

  4. The journalist and true crime writer Peter Maas 1929 2001 here presents one important aspect of the Aldrich Ames spy scandal, the FBI s involvement in the case The subtitle is crucial to understanding what Maas is about he acknowledges exceptional cooperation from the Federal Bureau of Investigation Of course, Ames worked for the CIA, and that agency strove for many previous years often clumsily to be sure to discover the cause of one of the most disastrous security breeches in American The journalist and true crime writer Peter Maas 1929 2001 here presents one important aspect of the Aldrich Ames spy scandal, the FBI s involvement in the case The subtitle is crucial to understanding what Maas is about he acknowledges exceptional cooperation from the Federal Bureau of Investigation Of course, Ames worked for the CIA, and that agency strove for many previous years often clumsily to be sure to discover the...

  5. Interesting story, a bit slow in the beginning, but glad I read it Much was learned.

  6. An interesting and appalling look at Ames various misdeeds Curiously, this book doesn t really talk very much about the CIA s role in bringing Ames to justice It s very FBI centric, and I found that less interesting.

  7. Very quick read Not quite as compelling as the books about Robert Hanssen, the most damaging spy, but, nevertheless an fascinating book if you re interested in post Cold War spies and their undoing.

  8. Maas does it again Musthave Maas