Cassidy's Run: The Secret Spy War Over Nerve Gas

  • Title: Cassidy's Run: The Secret Spy War Over Nerve Gas
  • Author: David Wise
  • ISBN: 9780375501531
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Hardcover
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    [PDF] Cassidy's Run: The Secret Spy War Over Nerve Gas | by ↠ David Wise - Cassidy's Run: The Secret Spy War Over Nerve Gas, Cassidy s Run The Secret Spy War Over Nerve Gas Cassidy s Run is the story of one of the best kept secrets of the Cold War an espionage operation mounted by Washington against the USSR that ran for years At the highest levels of the government

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    1. Fantastic in every way Wise is a master in this genre and provides superb detail that tells the whole story What I like best is how is deftly included the big picture without exhausting the reader.

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    2. David Wise is well acquainted with the worlds of espionage and counter espionage, and Cassidy s Run reflected that While it s a fairly short book, it s probably the most detailed narrative of a long term, counter espionage operation I ve ever read Wise does a great job in putting the cloak and dagger action into the context of not only the Cold War, but also the 1970s post Church Committee fallout on the Intelligence Community If you find the non fiction variety of spy stories interesting, this [...]

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    3. The first nonfiction book I ever read about espionage was one co authored by David Wise, writer of this narrative While that, The Invisible Government, was a serious overview of the CIA, this book has a much narrower focus, being about the work of a US Army mole burrowed in Soviet spy operations within the United States Using this story as a thread spanning over two decades, Cassidy s Run delves into several spin off operations against Soviet sleeper agents Chief among the topics pursued by the [...]

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    4. I wanted to like this one than I did While it was enlightening, and the time period it references has a lot of disturbing history in it, I couldn t get into the spy games when I feel strongly that neither side should have been developing better nerve gases to begin with Add to that the usual grain of salt that you add when reading anything remotely recent on intelligence or national security you know you re not getting the whole story and it was worth reading once but not something I ll be eage [...]

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    5. David Wise always sucks me in but I think I expected from this book That being said, I think it s a good book that highlights the intel war between the US and Soviet Union during the Cold War and shows some of the potential blowback from those deceptions.

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    6. Very fascinating description of a cold war counterintelligence operation Well researched I d rate this as a must read for intelligence and CI professionals.

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    7. A fascinating look at how counterintelligence work is actually done.

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