The Spymasters of Israel

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The Spymasters of Israel

By Stewart Steven
Macmillan, 1981
288 pp. $13.95

Exploits and failures of Israel's intelligence services since 1948, told by a British journalist who appears to be a ferret of no mean abilities himself. Written to be enjoyed not only by fans of Le Carré and Forsyth but also by students of Israel's domestic and foreign policies, though none of it can be checked, at least not by the uninitiated.

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