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The Second Oldest Profession: Spies and Spying in the Twentieth Century - Phillip Knightley

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“The spying game”

published 20/12/2011

ProGood information and entertaining to read

ConsVery biased

Spies are fascinating creatures, aren’t they? Well, I’ve always thought so. From the wild excesses of the Bond films to the miserable old men of John Le Carré’s novels, I’ve always had a lot of time for spy fiction. The reality, of course, is harder to get a grasp of, as spies are, by their very...

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