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Review: The Unsleeping Eye: Secret Police and Their VictimsUser Review - Evan Thomas - Goodreads
I am almost embarrassed to say I like this book as much as I did. How fond of a book that has Himmler on the cover can you really be? The writing style is so chatty as to almost make you doubt the ... Read full review
Review: The Unsleeping EyeUser Review - Reed Business Information.
In his analysis of five eras in which "secret policing has been of vital importance to government," Australian writer Stove (Prince of Music) sheds new light on the intrigues of the major "spymasters ... Read full review
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