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Spy vs. spy. Three Yale grads, class of 1954, join their respective countries’ secret service. We follow them for 40 years – through the outing of a British spy, the Hungarian revolution, the Bay of Pigs, the scent of moles, and the collapse of the USSR. Fictional characters – Yalies Jack McCauliffe, Leo Kritzky, and Yevgeny Tsipin and Jack’s boss Harvey Torriti – rub shoulders with real figures like Kim Philby and James Angleton to tell stories of romance, intrigue, double-crosses, false leads, suicide, execution, and exile – in the name of ideology, patriotism, paranoia, perfidy, and one-upsmanship. Can the CIA claim any credit in the West’s Cold War triumph?