The Philby Files Genrikh Borovik Little Brown 1994


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The Philby Files by Genrikh Borovik

The story of the British born spy accused of betraying the entire free world when he allowed himself to be recruited by the KGB. Kim Philby's secret life is far stranger than any spy fiction, recruited by the Soviet KGB at Cambridge in the 1930s, he made his way into the British Secret Intelligence Service where he became head of its anti-Soviet section, then liaison officer in Washington with the CIA and FBI. Published after Philby's death, this book reveals a lot of material that Philby had concealed and shows how the KGB recruited and ran its agents.


  • 1st American hardcover edition/1st printing
  • Publisher Little, Brown And Company, London; 1994
  • Blue/Yellow Cloth Hardback With Gilt Title, 382pp
  • Contains some B&W illustrations
  • Size 245 x 160mm, 900g
  • ISBN 0-316-10284-9

Condition: Very Good – Very Good Dust Jacket, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy

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Weight 0.9 kg


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