In the enemy's house The secret saga of the FBI agent and the code breaker who caught the Russian spies
Book - 2018
"In 1946, genius linguist and codebreaker Meredith Gardner discovered that the KGB was running an extensive network of strategically placed spies inside the United States, whose goal was to infiltrate American intelligence and steal the nation's military and atomic secrets. Over the course of the next decade, he and young FBI supervisor Bob Lamphere worked together on Venona, a top-secret mission to uncover the Soviet agents and protect the Holy Grail of Cold War espionage--the atomic ...bomb ... A breathtaking chapter of American history and a page-turning mystery that plays out against the tense, life-and-death gamesmanship of the Cold War, this twisting thriller begins at the end of World War II and leads all the way to the execution of the Rosenbergs--a result that haunted both Gardner and Lamphere to the end of their lives."--Publisher's description.
New York, NY :
Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers
- First edition
- Physical Description
- 317 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-304) and index.
- Main Author
- A note to the reader
- Prologue: "The storks fly away"
- Part I: The blue problem
- Part II: "In the enemy's house"
- Part III: Dominoes
- Epilogue: A toast.