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Jesse CoffeyThere is a sense of true tragedy within the spy game, and reading along is both painful and intriguing. Williams' plot is rich, allowing us to know these people and their motivations. While we may not agree with the ideals, we can certainly understand them. Set within the confines of fiction, the historical perspective reminds us that real people were involved—people that aren't as easily defined as the history books seem to want us to believe. A page turner that makes you think, reminds us who these people really were, and gives them a voice to tell their side of a dark event in history. Definitely a must read for anyone who enjoys historical or spy thrillers.
— Lexington Literature Examiner