Spies and Traitors

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Copper Beech Books, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Lift the veil of uncertainty that conceals the secrets of the world's most fascinating myths and legends with two new additions to the popular series that proves that fact can be stranger than fiction!

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This is written in a fun way that allows young readers to learn about real spies and some interesting facts for older readers. A great light read

Contents

Introduction
5
Spies for the Revolutions
18
ThirtyNine Steps to Fame
32
Copyright

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Stewart Ross is a prize-winning author of books for children, and has written two novels, several plays, two librettos, and several widely acclaimed historical works. His books have been translated into about a dozen languages. After several years teaching at various institutions Stewart has become one of Britain's most prolific and popular authors. He has published over 175 titles for adults and children. Ross is also a frequent, popular speaker to student and adult audiences. His book, The Story of Scotland has won two literary awards.

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