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Damn good read well written with some humour... Very interesting and informative...Published 7 days ago by Andrew Slidel
This is a very unique story that is told in a documentary style. The main character is a very flawed individual who is nevertheless like able and somewhat to be admired. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Mary N. Parker
This is a great story, what a life the guy had. I was disappointed by the ending, it just ended. I keep expecting some grand ending and it was not there. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tony Waterloo
Eddie Chapman was truly a fascinating character. I really enjoyed this book. I learned a lot about WWII espionage tactics on both sides. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eileen Boggess
Brings Eddie Chapman to life as a charming scoundrel and with great detail and research. Never dull. Stop stop stopPublished 1 month ago by Jeannebrenn
what a lovable scoundrel.
Thank goodness he ended up working for the allies in WW11.
He was not only effective, but highly significant as well.