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ISBN:
0709114664
Author:
Charles Eland
Language:
English
Publisher:
Robert Hale Ltd (June 9, 1970)
Pages:
192 pages
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Originally published in 1973, this compelling and distinctive thriller was the debut of the widely celebrated Charles McCarry and is the first book to introduce readers to Paul Christopher. Finally back in paperback, The Miernik Dossier will introduce a new generation of readers to the work of one of the great spy novelists. Thriller & Crime.

The Miernik Dossier book. The book is a compilation of interviews, intercepted radio transmitions, diary entries, field reports, surveillance, debriefings, and dispatches from or about a group of friends in Geneva who happen to all be spies of one sort or another.

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Charles E. "Charlie" Cobb Jr. (born June 23, 1943) is a journalist, professor, and former activist with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Along with several veterans of SNCC, Cobb established and operated the African-American bookstore Drum and Spear in Washington, . Currently he is a senior analyst at allAfrica. com and a visiting professor at Brown University.

Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). Paul Christopher, a character in The Miernik Dossier who appears in most of Charles McCarry's subsequent espionage novels, writes in a report: "There is an artistry to what we are doing: spies are like novelists-except that spies use living people and real places to make their works of ar. McCarry knows something about the similarities of spies and novelists, having been a CIA operative himself before commencing his career as a writer of spy novels.