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Hardcover, 346 pages
Published May 14th 1987 by Sidgwick & Jackson
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Aug 14, 2016 John rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book's description is from something else.
This one, from 1987, is rather dated, being obviously centred on the Cold War espionage between the Soviet Union and the West. It is of interest primarily to those interested in the era. Pincher comes to some strained conclusions, and retreads the same traitors from different aspects, so there is a repetitiveness that can grind after a while.
Somebody messed with the description of this book, but I liked it. It's was a good book so you can get into the mind/psyche of a Traitor. Different traitors had different reasons for what they did.
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Harry Chapman Pincher was an Indian-born British journalist, historian, and novelist whose writing mainly focused on espionage and related matters, after some early books on scientific subjects.

Harry Chapman Pincher was born in India in 1914 while his father was serving in the British Army. After moving to Great Britain, Chapman Pincher studied first at Darlington Grammar School and then King's Co
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