The Making of a Spy - Raymond PalmerAldus, 1977, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Good DJ. DJ just about good with several small closed tears to the edge, 1" closed tear to head of spine. Boards dusty. Slightly musty. Text bright and tight.
In this book a writer specialising in espionage matters assesses, clearly and with numerous case histories, all we know about the modem spy, from Kim Philby to Howard Hunt: how he is recruited; how he is assessed and trained; what his work consists of; how he himself recruits subagents; what happens to the men and women who succeed - and those who fail. The final chapter looks at the future of spying and counter spying: will technology take over entirely, or will the spy always be among us ?
Size: 10½" x 7¾"
Number of Pages: 144