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TV Review: ‘The Americans’ – ‘Martial Eagle’

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In one of the “darkest” episodes of The Americans so far this season, we were treated to a gut-wrenching “tour de force” performance by Mathew Rhys as Philip. Read More »

TV Review: The Americans – “The Colonel”

The Americans delivers an exciting finale, with good surprises as well as dangerous ones. Read More »

TV Review: The Americans – “Pilot”

FX's new mid-season show manages to be both a nail-biting spy thriller and an oddly touching family drama. Read More »

Book Review: Jessica’s Tune by Jim Wygant

A KGB spy, hidden for years in the witness protection program, is pulled into an investigation of the Mexican Cartel. Read More »

Vacating Red Square: Lenin’s Remains Might Follow Stalin’s

Russia seems to be moving farther and farther away from its Soviet legacy. Read More »

Book Review: The Thyssen Affair by Mozelle Richardson

Canyon Elliot is an aging intelligence agent thrust into the center of a worldwide conspiracy during the Cold War... Read More »

Book Review: Red to Black by Alex Dryden

The deep waters of the Cold War might be just as frigid as ever. Read More »

Americans in Berlin: A Cinderella Stamp Commemorative Issue

T.H.E. Hill is creating a sheet of Cinderella stamps commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Read More »

Book Review: Londongrad: From Russia with Cash: The Inside Story of the Oligarchs by Mark Hollingsworth & Stewart Lansley

Think what just one billion dollars can buy you. Most of us can’t think that far. Read More »

Book Review: Thwarting Enemies At Home and Abroad: How to Be a Counterintelligence Officer by William R Johnson

Talking to journalists is like wrestling with pigs. The pigs have a lovely time, while you just get dirty. – General Creighton Abrams Read More »