A Hundred Years of Spying by Phil Carradice

 A spy is probably not an urbane, upper-class, dashing figure like James Bond today. He or she is more likely to be an ordinary person behind the counter at the supermarket. This whirlwind history of spying, however, tells tales of intrepid spies, such as La Dame Blanche, a group of women spies in the First World War, and Sydney Reilly, who had adventures in Russia. It also looks at spy fiction.

It's worth reading if you like books about spies.

I received this free ebook from NetGalley in return for an honest review.



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