Espionage – Nonfiction


Reviews are indexed by title.

“Raw Feeds” are essentially my lightly edited notes on a work.


Cold Warrior: James Jesus Angleton — CIA’s Mystery Spy, Tom Mangold. Raw Feed.

Crack99: The Takedown of a $100 Million Chinese Software Pirate, David Locke Hall. Review.


Deadly Illusions: The KGB Orlov Dossier Reveals Stalin’s Master Spy, John Costello and Oleg Tsarev. Raw Feed.


Enemies: A History of the FBI, Tim Weiner. Review.


The Gestapo: Power and Terror in the Third Reich, Carsten Dams and Michael Stolle, trans. Charlotte Ryland. Review.


The Intelligence War in Latin America, 1914 — 1922, Jamie Bisher. Review.


Jungleland: A Mysterious Lost City, A WWII Spy, and a True Story of a Deadly Adventure, Christopher S. Stewart. Review.


The Secret War Against Hanoi: The Untold Story of Spies, Saboteurs, and Covert Warriors in North Vietnam, Richard J. Schultz, Jr. Review.


The Third Man: The Full Story of Kim Philby, E. H. Cookridge. Review.

Tiger Trap: America’s Spy War with China, David Wise. Review.

Treason in the Blood: M. St. John Philby, Kim Philby, and the Spy Case of the Century, Anthony Cave Brown. Raw Feed.


The Venona Secrets: Exposing Soviet Espionage and American Traitors, Herbert Romerstein and Eric Breindel. Review.