I Spy: The Secret Life of a British Agent

I Spy The Secret Life of a British Agent Major Kavan Elliott a celebrated hero dropped blind into Serbia in on a mission for Special Operations Executive and who spent much of the war in a Nazi prison camp was he a courageous daredevil

  • Title: I Spy: The Secret Life of a British Agent
  • Author: Geoffrey Elliott
  • ISBN: 9780316639705
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • I Spy: The Secret Life of a British Agent

    Major Kavan Elliott, a celebrated hero dropped blind into Serbia in 1942 on a mission for Special Operations Executive and who spent much of the war in a Nazi prison camp was he a courageous daredevil or a philandering scoundrel Geoffrey Elliott s meticulous research led him across Europe, tracking the men who captured his father as a British spy in Yugoslavia, imprisonMajor Kavan Elliott, a celebrated hero dropped blind into Serbia in 1942 on a mission for Special Operations Executive and who spent much of the war in a Nazi prison camp was he a courageous daredevil or a philandering scoundrel Geoffrey Elliott s meticulous research led him across Europe, tracking the men who captured his father as a British spy in Yugoslavia, imprisoned him in Germany, and expelled him from Hungary in 1949 What Elliott discovers is a personal life almost as complex and colorful as his father s clandestine activities, with two families, a bevy of beautiful mistresses, and a business life tainted by deception and foul play.From the torture chambers of Budapest to the classified archives of the British Secret Intelligence Service, I Spy reveals a true and astonishing legacy of espionage, betrayal, and romance.

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    One thought on “I Spy: The Secret Life of a British Agent

    1. Xander Richards

      For the sheer quality of its writing, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that this is one of the best books—maybe THE best—I've ever read.It doesn't hurt, of course, that I write espionage thrillers, so there's a sense in which I'm bound to favour a book of this genre. And, to be totally honest, the amazingly immersive writing style threw me a curve ball to start with. But, once I'd become used to Geoffrey Elliott's metaphor-laden form and long sentence structure I found it absolutely add [...]

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