Traitors among Us: Inside the Spy Catcher's World

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Part I - Cold War Berlin 1
  • 1: Operation Lake Terrace 3
  • 2: the Road to Berlin 11
  • 3: the Kgb Strikes 15
  • 4: Business as Usual 26
  • 5: Springing the Trap 45
  • 6: Berlin's Own Meister 57
  • Part II - The Clyde Conrad Investigation 63
  • 7: Fca 65
  • 8: Canasta Player 78
  • 9: the Cia. Comes Through 87
  • 10: I'Ll Bet This is Our Man 99
  • 11: David 108
  • 12: the Chameleon 114
  • 13: Mr. Plans 122
  • 14: Stalking the Target 127
  • 15: Playing to an Empty House 134
  • 16: the Play Within a Play 143
  • 17: Legendary 148
  • 18: I'Ve Got a Guy in V Corps 153
  • 19: Clyde 157
  • 20: the Full-Court Press 161
  • 21: Tightening the Ring 173
  • 22: Kidnapping and Murder 181
  • 23: the Swiss Connection 189
  • 24: Compromise 198
  • 25: Miklos 205
  • 26: the Rescue 214
  • 27: Takedown 232
  • 28: Santa Claus is Here 243
  • Part III - The James Hall Investigation 249
  • 29: Sir, We'Ve Got Another One 251
  • 30: Paul 260
  • 31: Rags to Riches 269
  • 32: the October Surprise 278
  • 33: the Plan Comes Together 293
  • 34: "Moscow" Takes Over 309
  • 35: Devasting Revelation 329
  • 36: the Meister 341
  • 37: Keeping a Promise 360
  • 38 the Meister -- One More Time 365
  • Part IV - Rolling Up the Conrad Ring 373
  • 39: German Justice 375
  • 40: Clean Sweep 390
  • Epilogue 399
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