Traitors Among Us by Stuart A. Herrington
The Secret Life of the Spy Catcher

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As one follows Colonel Herrington and agents around the world in pursuit of American traitors you gain an eyeopening appreciation for the damage a single person can cause to national security. Sergeant First Class Clyde Conrad, the target of FCA's most sensitive, and ultimately infamous, investigation, was passing top-secret war plans to the Soviets even as they were being distributed to American commanders.

For most of its fifty years, the Cold War lived up to its name. For Herrington and his crack team of counter-intelligence agents, however, it was very much a hot war, a war that has not ended with the collapse of the Soviet Union.


About Stuart A. Herrington

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Herrington is chief of security for Callaway Golf.
Published January 1, 1999 by Presidio Press.
Genres: . Non-fiction

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Procedures followed by army counterintelligence are introduced and, though seemingly unconnected with the rest of the story, the events described end bizarrely related to the Clyde Conrad investigation—an investigation that would expose the most damaging spy ring ever to betray the United States.

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