Bar-Zohar, Michael. The Hunt for German Scientists. London: Arthur Barker, 1967.
Bar-Zohar, Michael. Spies in the Promised Land: Iser Harel and the Israeli Secret Service. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1972.
Kirkus Review, 18 May 1972: Bar-Zohar recounts a "good story ... as a partisan of Harel and Ben-Gurion and a relatively rightwing Israeli.... If you discount the author's egregious political biases, this is an entertaining and informative story."
Bar-Zohar, Michael, and Haber Eitan. The Quest for the Red Prince. New York: Morrow, 1983.
Markham, NYT, 10 Jul. 1983, wonders why the authors "have omitted the best part of their tale," that is, as head of Fatah's "security outfit," Ali Hassan Salameh was Arafat's "contact with the United States Embassy in Beirut and the Central Intelligence Agency.... [T]he book contains little that has not been published elsewhere, and it leans heavily on a seven-year-old British book, "The Hit Team" by David B. Tinnin with Dag Christensen, for its cloak-and-dagger material."
Bar-Zohar, Michael, and Nissim Mishal. Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service. London: HarperCollins, 2012.
Peake, Studies 57.2 (Jun. 2013), and Intelligencer 20.1 (Spring-Summer 2013), comments that "[a]s with all unofficial case books of this nature, readers are left wondering how much is true." However, this is "an interesting survey of Mossad espionage operations. It is good reading."
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