A contemporaneous account of the Miller case can be found in William Overend's articles in the Los Angeles Times of 24 October 1985, 7 November 1985, and 15 July 1986.
Howe, Russell Warren. Sleeping with the FBI: Sex, Booze, Russians and the Saga of an American Counterspy Who Couldn't. Washington, DC.: National Press Books, 1993.
Surveillant 2.6 believes this book "gives far more credibility" to Miller's "'investigation' of the KGB than probably ever existed (until he was caught)." Harter, FILS 12.6, comments that the book has "no footnotes, endnotes, nor bibliography.... The KGB seems omnipresent, while the FBI is represented as bungling in comparison.... [I]nformed ... opinion on this operation ... is not evident." There are also other errors.
Verbitsky, Anatole, and Dick Adler. Sleeping with Moscow: The Authorized Account of the KGB's Bungled Infiltration of the FBI by Two of the Soviet Union's Most Unlikely Operatives. New York: Shapolsky, 1987.
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