Dec 30, 2019gloryb rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
This non fiction book lacks the tension of Mcintyre's other book, "The Spy and a Traitor: The Greatest Espionage Story of the Cold War". It was interesting to look at the Bibliography to see that quite a few of the principles in the book had written books on the same subject, including the double agent. I also found interesting the author's last chapter, "Aftermath" in which he provides details about what happened to all of the people mentioned in the book. Even the "Epilogue" has interesting tidbits of revelations by people who wanted to share their connection with the double agent, Edward Chapman.