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Delightful! Exquisite! What a great book! It's been a while since such an excellent narrative has come my way. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Miller.
Definitely worth the read, especially if you enjoy WWII history. Chapman is one of the great hero's of the war that changed the world.Published 1 day ago by grit
This is a fascinating spy story from WW II. It's not quite as good as Macintyre's Operation Mincemeat book. Read morePublished 12 days ago by tleeminnieme
This is why I love non-fiction. Very well researched, and not a boring read at all. Amazing true story of WWII espionage.Published 20 days ago by Flynn1963
This is a great read especially if you enjoy WW2 non fiction. Remarkable true story that is waiting to by produced as a motion picture.Published 25 days ago by steve h
Spy story and true. Double agent working for the British and fooling the anger mans with concocted tales of espionage.Published 2 months ago by gsghert01
My favorite light spy book (Graham Greene's and de Carre will remain the serious spy writers for me). Wish there was a film so I can eat popcorn and bitch that the book was better. Read morePublished 2 months ago by evacat
Hysterically funny at times and really interesting insight into spying and what it involved back then - or maybe still does?Published 2 months ago by A. Holliday