Author(s): Richard Aldrich
The gripping inside story of the last unknown realm of the British secret service: GCHQ (Government Communication Headquarters).
Praise for 'The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence': 'Rivetting, and essential reading not only for intelligence specialists but for everyone interested in the Cold War and in British-American relations.' Christopher Andrew 'A triumph of assiduous research and cogent analysis.' Sunday Telegraph 'Aldrich's meticulously factual account of British and American spookery!is hugely impressive.' John Booth, Tribune 'A truly brilliant book!this is intelligence for adults, and all the more enthralling for it.' George Walden, Evening Standard
Richard J. Aldrich is a regular commentator on war and espionage and has written for the 'Evening Standard', 'The Guardian', 'The Times' and the 'Telegraph'. He is the author of several books including 'The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence' which won the Donner Book Prize in 2002.