New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1974. Hardcover. x, 525p., illustrations, photos, personal inscription signed by Sobell, slightly-cocked, foxing to edges otherwise very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped but worn dj.
"An electrical engineer with access to classified documents, Sobell was convicted along with the Rosenbergs as an 'atom spy.' He writes of the injustice of his conviction, largely influenced by his erstwhile membership in the Communist Party. He thoroughly describes his daily existence and preoccupations during the first half of his imprisonment (up to his release from Alcatraz), then summarizes the remaining time in ten pages." *Suvak 445.