A SPY IN ROME by Peter Tompkins

A SPY IN ROME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Edited and expanded from the author's notes and diaries, this is a first person account of an American's operations behind enemy lines in the early months of 1944 that climaxes in the Fifth Army liberation of Rome. The many hideouts, faithful friends, moments of success and disaster, all are part of this day by day recall of a successful secret intelligence mission. This is an exciting study in wartime adventuring with appeal for a wide audience.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1962
Publisher: Simon & Schuster