SPY by Bernard Newman
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Here's another authentic spy book, belonging to the category of All's Fair, and mighty good reading. The author, an Englishman, had spent vacations in his mother's old home in Germany, and spoke French and German fluently. As an intelligence officer, he impersonated first a German prisoner, then his own cousin -- and served his country well. Exciting reading -- but the adventure element does not depend on the usual fiction props of spy stories.

Pub Date: March 22nd, 1935
Publisher: Appleton-Century