Jerrold L. Schecter

The Spy Who Saved The World

By Jerrold L. Schecter and Peter Deriabin

"This book is more than an engrossing spy story. Its abundant new evidence of Soviet leaders' thinking about nuclear weapons, military power and diplomacy should provoke fundamental revisions in some of the more popular interpretations of the Berlin crisis and the Cuban missile crisis."
--Lieutenant Genearl William Odom, former head of the National Security Agency

Selected Works

Nonfiction
Seventy years of hidden Cold War secrets reveal the struggle between the Soviet empire and the United States.
"The most sensational, the most devestating, and in many ways the most informative autobiography ever to emerge from the Stalinist milieu."
--Robert Conquest
How A Soviet Colonel Changed The Course Of The Cold War
History
The remarkable story of the secret letters from Nixon and Ford to the president of South Vietnam, and the American promises that were never kept