A Double Deception

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Ulverscroft Large Print Books, 1994 - Fiction - 496 pages
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25 yrs after the fall of Warsaw, young American Stefanie Ayres arrives in London demanding help, searches for her Uncle Andrew who disappeared there, and soon has MI6 agent Campbell Parker convinced Andrew might indeed be alive, but Parker's investigations uncover a double deception that began in 1939.

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User Review  - HenriMoreaux - LibraryThing

Double Deception is a well written spy thriller set in post England in the 1960s, the story revolves around circumstances which date back to the fall of Poland in 1939. A very enjoyable book. Read full review

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Heroism and betrayal in wartime Warsaw haunt late 60's London- -in the latest thriller from Egleton, who previously paired England and Poland in Last Act (1991). The hitherto largely tidy life and ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
16
Section 2
32
Section 3
64
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About the author (1994)

Espionage thriller writer Clive (Frederick William) Egleton was born on November 25, 1927 and died in 2006. Egleton was a Lieutenant Colonel in the British Army and was also involved in intelligence missions in Cyprus, the Persian Gulf, and East Africa. His espionage thrillers include Seven Days to a Killing, A Killing in Moscow and Blood Money. His novel Seven Days to a Killing was filmed as The Black Windmill, starring Michael Caine. Escape to Athena is a novelization of the 1979 movie of the same name. Egleton also wrote under the names of Patrick Blake and John Tarrant.

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