The Spy Next Door

The Spy Next Door

The Extraordinary Secret Life of Robert Philip Hanssen, the Most Damaging FBI Agent in U.S. History

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Examines the case of Robert Hanssen, a seemingly quintessential suburban father and a trusted and loyal FBI agent who, after fifteen years of extremely damaging espionage, betrayed his family, his church, and his country.

Baker
& Taylor

Two veteran Time reporters present a riveting glimpse into the life of Robert Hanssen, a seemingly quintessential surburban father and a trusted and loyal FBI agent who, after fifteen years of extremely damaging espionage, betrayed his family, his church, and his country - and got away with it, destroying the confidence of the FBI. 125,000 first printing.

Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, 2002
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780316718219
0316718211
Characteristics: 247 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Blackman, Ann

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Jan 07, 2016

I like the style author used & presentation - only skimming very few parts. After watching Chris Cooper play Hanssen in 'Breach' I was very curious about the man. Devout Catholic, family man, traitor & a sick individual. Too bad the gov't couldn't hang the creep, slowly. They needed him to give up more secrets. Interesting reading for me.

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