SHORT COURSE IN THE SECRET WAR by Christopher Felix

SHORT COURSE IN THE SECRET WAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another entry in the spy line-up rates as a stranger-than-Hitchcock memoir of a selfstyled quondam CIA bigwig. The plot gets even thicker when it is realized that this was offered to the world pseudonymously. The ""lessons"" cover such matters as sleeper agents, cut-out agents and any number of intimate recollections of Hungarian foreign intrigue and some very knowing remarks about Cuba and U-2. It sounds like pseudo -information from an anonymous cloaked and daggered source.

Pub Date: Feb. 25th, 1963
Publisher: Dutton