When the Russians first recruited Jack Barsky as a young East German graduate student, he was a true believer in the Communist cause and was ready to serve undercover in the U.S. But ten years after his mission began, the KGB ordered him to return, and he realized his allegiance had changed. Determined to outwit his KGB bosses, Barsky decided to stay in the U.S. with the people he loved. In this fascinating memoir, the former KGB agent tells the story of his turbulent inner world, the secret life he lived for years, and the discovery that radically changed his future. Paperback.