Dancing with the Devil: Sex, Espionage & the US Marines (2020)

Dancing with the Devil: Sex, Espionage & the US Marines Rodney Barker Dancing with the Devil Sex Espionage the US Marines In a riveting account of one of the most notorious spy operations in U S history a top investigative reporter uncovers startling new facts on the sex for secrets Marine spy scandal at the American Em
  • Title: Dancing with the Devil: Sex, Espionage & the US Marines
  • Author: Rodney Barker
  • ISBN: 9780684810997
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
Dancing with the Devil: Sex, Espionage & the US Marines Rodney Barker In a riveting account of one of the most notorious spy operations in U.S history, a top investigative reporter uncovers startling new facts on the sex for secrets Marine spy scandal at the American Embassy in Moscow of photos.
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One thought on “Dancing with the Devil: Sex, Espionage & the US Marines

  1. Arlene

    This story is often described as one of the most notorious spy cases in Cold War history Some readers viewed it as mostly a love story Neither of those viewpoints focus on the real story, the underlying factors that made Clayton Lonetree a victim, not a villain as he was portrayed in the media Who was primarily responsible for that victimization none other than the US Marines Had the Marines done a competent job of weeding out prospective US Embassy guards, Clayton Lonetree would never have been [...]

  2. Erik Graff

    This is at once a slice of history from the eighties and nineties, a case study of spying during the cold war and biographies of several people involved in the sex for secrets scandal in the eighties when it was alleged that US Marine security details at embassies around the world had been compromised by seductive Soviet spies Mostly, however, its a love story about one such Marine, Clayton J Lonetree, and the KGB sparrow who, in seducing him, fell in love with him.Barker is no great writer and [...]

  3. Tree

    Very good book which painted an fairly representative overall picture of Clayton Lonetree, his past, and what happened during his ill fated attraction to a Russian KGB agent The book, unfortunately, relied heavily on only certain sides and as a result painted a slightly distorted picture perhaps due to intransigence on the part of State and CIA to divulge information but still paints as good an understanding of the circumstances leading up to this unfortunate affair It would be nice if the autho [...]

  4. John

    Pretty interesting tale of Cold War espionage, not so much for the spying itself as for the challenging task of investigating the crime, and of the bureaucratic turf issues Leaves you wondering a bit about what actually was compromised, and how many others there might have been at the Moscow embassy trading on secrets for gain.

  5. Tom

    This was a good book If you are interested in reading about Marines, Espionage, Security, or the State Department, this book is excellent As far I know, Clayton Longtree is the only Marine that was ever charged with espionage.

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