One book that hasn't been brought up here, and which I recently re-read, is "Mole - The True Story of the First Russian Spy to Become an American Counterspy" by William Hood. This book recounts CIA's handling of the USSR's GRU Major Pyotr Popov in the 1950s. It was first published in hardback in 1982. And although the book was cleared by CIA publications review, which, among other things, necessitated the use of pseudonyms for several CIA officers involved, subsequent paperback releases have used the real names that have since entered the public domain.
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