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Memoirs of a Spymaster: The Man Who Waged a Secret War Against the West
Markus Wolf (au); Anne McElvoy (au). They called him ‘the man without a face’, a figure of such secrecy that it took almost 20 years before Western intelligence had any idea what he looked like. He was the West’s great adversary in the secret war for intelligence & information. He is communist East Germany spymaster Markus Wolf, the greatest spymaster of our century, a shadowy legend throughout the Cold War & a continuing mystery -- until now. Here Wolf finally tells his story in a classic book on the history & art of espionage. His memoirs read like a novel by John le Carre, full of high-speed chases, murdered agents, hidden cameras, phony brothels, secret codes, false identities, triple agents & all the other trappings of the most fantastic thrillers -- except this time the action is real.
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