A Game of Spies

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Thorndike Press, 2002 - Fiction - 355 pages
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It is February 1940, and England is desperate to find out when and how Hitler will make his move toward France. Sleeper agent Eva Bernhardt, seduced into spydom by the roguish MI6 agent Hobbs, comes into possession of a vital piece of information-and makes a run for it. Uncertain whom to trust, whether she is racing to her safety or to her death, Eva is about to take her future into her own hands-and with it, perhaps the future of the entire war...

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User Review  - fourbears - LibraryThing

A pretty good spy novel. Focuses on World War II and British secret service agents against the Gestapo and military intelligence. The story was good and built to a satisfactory end, but the context ... Read full review

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Incredible - ie not at all credible! Read full review


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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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