Known during wartime service by the code name, Blunderhead, Ronald Seth reveals incidents in his own career of espionage and...

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ANATOMY OF SPYING

Known during wartime service by the code name, Blunderhead, Ronald Seth reveals incidents in his own career of espionage and produces an astonishing amount of information on the ""profession"" as a whole. The role of the spy, the organization of networks, the equipment and techniques for cover and communications, the facing of torture, -all the accoutrements and dangers of a spy's world are probed here through the experience of the agents themselves. It is all told in terms of a wide spectrum of personalities and should appeal to adventurers with a hankering for true-to-life facts.

Pub Date: Jan. 10, 1962

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Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1962