Los espías famosos, según la Librería del Crimen

Aldrich Ames:
CIA spy who betrayed his country in a very major way. Expert Pete Earley tells the story of this very damaging spy and what may have motivated him.
Christopher Boyce & Andrew Daulton Lee:
Two long-time friends go into the espionage business, selling spy satellite drawings to the Russians. This story was the basis of the movie and book The Falcon and the Snowman. Now, Boyce is free and married, trying to put his life back together.
The Cambridge Spies:
Philby, Burgess and McLean put real British class into espionage. New Chapter gives new insight into the fourth spy, Anthony Blunt.
Klaus Fuchs:
A member of the famed Manhattan Project who developed the atomic bomb, but he turned traitor and gave the plans to the Russians.
Robert Hanssen:
Respected FBI agent, family man and staunch Catholic conservative leads a double life spying for the Russians, hanging around strip clubs and surfing Internet porn sites. Adrian Havill, author of The Spy Who Stayed Out in the Cold: The Secret Life of Robert Hanssen, tells the inside story of the real man and how the FBI trapped him. Now with a new final chapter
Mata Hari:
The true story of the young woman who sought adventure, seduced Europe with her exotic dancing and became one of the most famous spies.
Alger Hiss Case:
For decades this spy story has aroused extraordinary passions. The perception of Alger Hiss’s guilt or innocence was inextricably tied to the fortunes of his nemesis Richard Nixon.
Christopher Marlowe:
Was this very famous playwright murdered because he was a spy, didn’t pay his bar bill, or because he called Jesus and his disciples a group of promiscuous homosexuals? Dr. Russell Aiuto presents the evidence.
Jonathan Pollard:
The tragic story of an American Jew working in Naval Intelligence who passed thousands of top-secret documents to the Israelis. Why did he take money if his motive was allegedly concern for Israel’s security? How much damage did he do to U.S. security and why did Israel ultimately betray him?
Reilly, Ace of Spies:
The amazing true story of the man who was the prototype of Ian Fleming’s James Bond character.
The Rosenberg Conspiracy:
A story of espionage, love and betrayal.
Interview with the KGB Spymaster:
Popular espionage author interviews Boris Solomatin, who for nearly 20 years during the height of the Cold War, oversaw most of the KGB’s anti-American spy operations. Solomatin played a key role in the handling of John Walker Jr., one of the most damaging spies ever to operate against the U.S.
Walker Spy Family:
Pete Earley, author of a major book on this greatest case in KGB history, tells how John Walker and his family members betrayed their country to the Russians for 18 years and how they were finally discovered.

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