Constance's Reviews > The Bureau and the Mole: The Unmasking of Robert Philip Hanssen, the Most Dangerous Double Agent in FBI History

The Bureau and the Mole by David A. Vise
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Aug 11, 2008

it was ok
Read in August, 2008

for a "story" type of nonfiction book, i expected a lot more. i guess i'm used to michael lewis-type of exposition, and this book was more like, oh this guy, he spied. he spied some more. then he got caught. i guess you have to give the author some credit, because he was working backwards, and because he was also working with highly classified information.

this book is still readable though, and it's really a very good example of how men can be egocentric, deeply disturbed, socially incompetent idiots and yet still function at very high levels of society.

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