Spy Hunter

Spy Hunter

Inside the FBI Investigation of the Walker Espionage Case

Book - 1999
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Hunter, a foreign counterintelligence agent for the FBI, was lead investigator in the case against master spy John Walker, who led what top officials called the most damaging espionage ring in US history. He presents an insider's account of the detection, pursuit, and capture of the US Navy communications expert and his partners in espionage. This work is the first to discuss interviews with Walker's relatives, with judges and prosecutors involved in the case, and with the KGB general who supervised Walker. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Publisher: Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press : 1999
ISBN: 9781557503497
Branch Call Number: 327.12 H918s
Characteristics: 250p illus
Additional Contributors: Hunter, Lynn Dean


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Feb 09, 2015

I would have rather read the author's case files and notes than this infantile effort. Based on his own recollections as lead agent in pursuing Walker, but is essentially a series of horrible jokes/anecdotes. Avoid.

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