From the author of Spy vs. Spy and Moscow Station comes a profile of Glenn Michael Souther, the US naval officer that shared top-secret nuclear war plans during his time as a spy for the KGB.
Abandoning his country and his career as a young, bright naval officer, Glenn Michael Souther became a spy for the KGB during the Cold War. While working as a spy, Souther divulged top-secret US nuclear war plans, making him a hero among the Soviets.
Now, renowned political author Ronald Kessler takes readers into the plight of Souther’s betrayal, sharing details on his time as a spy, looking at his relationship with women, and revealing his outrageous public behavior while examining the impact of Souther’s security breach and the inept investigation that followed.
“A fascinating character study of the modern traitor.” — ALA Booklist
Ronald Kessler is an award-winning journalist and bestselling author of more than twenty nonfiction books about the White House, CIA, FBI, and Secret Service. Some of his works include Spy vs. Spy, Moscow Station, Inside the White House, and The Trump White House.