The Sixth Man: The Extraordinary Life of Paddy Costello
Tells of Paddy Costello, New Zealand's most brilliant envoy, the man who blew the whistle on Soviet possession of the atom bomb, and the first Western diplomat to penetrate the Nazi death camps at the end of the war. Costello was a scholar, diplomat, exemplary father, maverick - but was he also a spy?
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