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cubsfan5150
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Member since Nov 2007
10167 posts

What are your favorite non-fiction Cold War books?
Especially anything spy related?

Just read The Moscow Rules and Argo is one of my favorite movies.

Looking for more.


Sneaky__Sally
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Member since Jul 2015
9923 posts

re: What are your favorite non-fiction Cold War books?
Just started The Spy and the Traitor last night - its supposed to be fantastic


Loubacca
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Member since Feb 2005
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re: What are your favorite non-fiction Cold War books?
Ghost Wars by Steve Coll was excellent.


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BlackCoffeeKid
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Member since Mar 2016
7387 posts

re: What are your favorite non-fiction Cold War books?
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The Spy and the Traitor

This as well as A Spy Among Friends.

While reading I had to stop to verify that it was actually non-fiction.


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TheGooner
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Baton Rewage
Member since Jul 2016
719 posts

re: What are your favorite non-fiction Cold War books?
It’s old but worth checking out. Witness by Whitaker Chambers.


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JudgeRoyBean
Mercer Fan
West of the Pecos
Member since Jun 2018
368 posts

re: What are your favorite non-fiction Cold War books?
Red Star Rogue by Kenneth Sewell and Blind Man's Bluff by Sherry Sontag.

Both submarine espionage.


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Htowntiger90
LSU Fan
Houston
Member since Dec 2018
732 posts

re: What are your favorite non-fiction Cold War books?
Battleground Berlin is a good one.


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