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The Miernik dossier.

Author: Charles McCarry
Publisher: New York, Saturday Review Press [1973]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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THE MIERNIK DOSSIER is a passport into the world of international espionage, of the agent and the double agent, of the double cross and triple cross, in which no man is what he seems, and what matters is not the information you receive, but whether the other side wants you to believe it or not. In short, a world in which the highly professional operatives are interested not so much in results but in the moves and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Spy stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles McCarry
ISBN: 0841502455 9780841502451 1585677361 9781585677368
OCLC Number: 644628
Description: 278 pages 22 cm

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THE MIERNIK DOSSIER is a passport into the world of international espionage, of the agent and the double agent, of the double cross and triple cross, in which no man is what he seems, and what matters is not the information you receive, but whether the other side wants you to believe it or not. In short, a world in which the highly professional operatives are interested not so much in results but in the moves and counter-moves of The Game they play. Drop into this shadowy, cynical, supposedly sophisticated world a true innocent, an outsider who disregards all the rules of The Game and anything can happen. That is the theme of McCarry's taut and extraordinarily authentic coldwar espionage novel.

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