Good/No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall 0818402687 The book has the previous owner's name and date in pen on the first page, as well as some foxing wear along the top, bottom and right side edges, and the last page has an inch and a quarter wide chip missing off the top left corner edge.
Dorset Press, NY, c.1987, 1st. prtg. this ed., smaller 8vo., cloth, 318pp. articles on how to identify agents in your country & what they are up to, lacks the 400 page who's who of known agents in the original 1978 edition. G/G $
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Very Good + in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 734pp.; HB red w/blk. &white; slome rub w/spine scuffed; dampstain, pastedwns.; clean, tight pgs. DJ blk. w/white; slight rub w/wear on edges. "...the seamy side of American espionage." + who's who section.
VG-/Good-; clean and tight but with light shelf wear; dust jacket is torn and chipped but still protective. Remainder mark on bottom. Red cloth/boards. Black dj with white lettering. 734 pp. Regular text on white paper; appendix on yellow paper. The seamy side of American espionage, done under the guise of "national security."
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