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Evan ThomasIn his memoir, Bagley vigorously defends himself, as well as Angleton and the cadre of spy catchers who worked in the agency’s Soviet Russia division in the early 1960s. Though many intelligence old-timers will not be persuaded, Bagley offers a provocative new look at one of the great unresolved mysteries of the cold war. Spy Wars traces a tangled web. Readers will need to be able to adapt to the mind-set of a counterintelligence officer sifting through the odd coincidences, connecting the dots, to fully appreciate and grasp the case against Nosenko. But this game of real-world Clue is worth it.
— The New York Times