Three Minutes To Doomsday: An Agent, A Traitor, And The Worst Espionage Breach In U.s. History
  • Three Minutes To Doomsday: An Agent, A Traitor, And The Worst Espionage Breach In U.s. History
  • Three Minutes To Doomsday: An Agent, A Traitor, And The Worst Espionage Breach In U.s. History
ISBN: 1501128272
EAN13: 9781501128271
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 18, 2017
Pages: 368
Dimensions: 1.18" H x 9.06" L x 6.14" W
Weight: 1.28 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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An intense cat-and-mouse game played between two brilliant men in the last days of the Cold War, this shocking insider's story shows how a massive giveaway of secret war plans and nuclear secrets threatened America with annihilation.

In 1988 Joe Navarro, one of the youngest agents ever hired by the FBI, was dividing his time between SWAT assignments, flying air reconnaissance, and working counter-intelligence. But his real expertise was reading body language. He possessed an uncanny ability to glean the thoughts of those he interrogated.

So it was that, on a routine assignment to interview a person of interest--a former American soldier named Rod Ramsay--Navarro noticed his interviewee's hand trembling slightly when he was asked about another soldier who had recently been arrested in Germany on suspicion of espionage. That thin lead was enough for the FBI agent to insist to his bosses that an investigation be opened.

What followed is unique in the annals of espionage detection--a two-year-long battle of wits. The dueling antagonists: an FBI agent who couldn't overtly tip to his target that he suspected him of wrongdoing lest he clam up, and a traitor whose weakness was the enjoyment he derived from sparring with his inquisitor. Navarro's job was made even more difficult by his adversary's brilliance: not only did Ramsay possess an authentic photographic Read More chevron_right

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