THE SPY WHO WASN'T EXCHANGED by Alfred Tack

THE SPY WHO WASN'T EXCHANGED

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Jim Mason, out of love, not money, is recruited by British intelligence to work with their Anne Blaine on a supposedly safe Moscow mission. But Jim discovers that he is a plant who is supposed to be imprisoned, then exchanged for a double agent that the British want to get back into Russia. To escape, Jim has to set the GRU against the KGB in a plot that has a very fancy quadruple-cross ending.

Pub Date: June 20th, 1969
Publisher: Doubleday