Spine shows a little creasing. Slight shelf wear. Pages are foxed, but a tight, clean copy.
"John McGill was a civilized man, with civilized tastes, and an uncivilized job. As head of the CIA's covert operations -- known as the Department of Dirty Tricks -- he was in charge of creating and suppressing foreign revolutions, blackmail, murder and torture.
But suddenly, someone began to play dirty tricks on him. One by one the guests at his Virginia estate were being murdered. Was the killer Leonard Kochin, head of Soviet espionage in America? Or was it an outside force seeking to discredit McGil and the Agency?
In a global search, McGill rocketed from Washington to London, New York to Zurich, but like a shattered image in a triple mirror, his life exploded into thousands of distorted and deadly fragments. "; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall