Reilly: the first man
In the exciting sequel to Reilly: Ace of Spies, Lockhart cites important papers and letters to back up his suspicion that Sidney Reilly did not die in Russia in 1925. Instead, according to Lockhart, Reilly lived on to become the mastermind behind some of the most famous spies of the century.
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