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Like most of his countrymen, George Picquart is convinced that Captain Alfred Dreyfus has guilty of espionage, but as the recently promoted chief of French counterespionage, he is also in a unique position to reevaluate his views. His chance discovery of documents stolen from the German embassy convinced him that Dreyfus had not been the traitor spy, leading him to secretly reopen a case that the government had wished was forever closed. Based on an important historical episode, this novel carries not only that stamp of authenticity, but also the talented storytelling ability of Robert Harris, the author of Pompeii and Fatherland.