It is 1979. A stolen World War II document kept secret since then is about to surface, propelling the most ruthless secret agents of Great Britain, America, Germany, and the Soviet Union into a desperate battle of wits and violence. Anyone who learns of the paper must die, his file stamped Expedient Demise, or . . . XPD.
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Review: XPDUser Review - Richard Nessfield - Goodreads
It's a spy thriller written by Len Deighton. Normally that would make for a great read (at least for me). But for some reason this work never really clicked, and I can't really give it a high rating ... Read full review
Review: XPDUser Review - Howard - Goodreads
I picked up this 2009 edition at a second-hand book stall somewhere in the UK for some airplane reading, realising that I had probably read it some 30 years ago when it was first published. It's still ... Read full review