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“More memoir than history, the author's re-creation of his father's wartime activities exposes a hive of complex spy games and a fascinating, little-discussed part of WWII. Good and evil blur in this descent into the shadowy, slippery realm of wartime espionage.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Recounting his father’s extracurricular work, the author levelly assesses their results without overrating their effect on Britain’s strategic aim of keeping Spain neutral. The audience for WWII espionage should warm to Burns’ tale.”—Booklist
“Lovers of Spain, lovers of true spy stories and lovers of love itself will adore this enchanting book: Burns junior has served up a feast.”—Telegraph (UK)
Posted February 6, 2010
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