My Life As a Spyby Leslie Woodhead
This wry and poignant literary memoir follows the adventures of a young lad from Halifax as he is put through grim RAF National Service training camps and Russian language schools before being despatched to an inhospitable, cold-war Berlin on a pointless tour of duty. A hugely evocative tale of coming of age in post-war Britain, and a wry take on one young man's reluctant and eventually absurd role spying for her Majesty.
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