In 1984, young Washington Post
writer Bill Cage ignited a miniscandal by reporting that spy novelist Edwin Lemaster—"the American John le Carré"—had considered working as a Soviet double agent when he was with the CIA. More than 25 years later, Cage follows up his story for Vanity Fair—
duly warned by his father, a former diplomat who knew Lemaster, to watch his back.
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