A Game of Spies

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Thorndike Press, 2002 - Fiction - 373 pages
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In England in 1940, a young sleeper agent named Eva Bernhardt, who has a crucial piece of information and is on the run from the Germans and other enemies, finds herself plunged into a deadly game of ruse and counterruse.

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User Review  - Al - Goodreads

An interesting novel about the espionage and counter-espionage efforts of the British and Germans during WWII.....in this tale, the communication of false information in an attempt to deceive the enemy. Read full review

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a very good book Read full review


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About the author (2002)

John Altman was born in White Plains, New York on October 8, 1969, and is a graduate of Harvard University. In addition to writing fiction, he has worked as a teacher, musician, and freelance writer. He has penned several thrillers, including; The Art of the Devil: A Plot to Assassinate President Eisenhower, The Watchmen, A Game of Spies, Deception, and A Gathering of Spies.

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