Carnival of Spies
Set in the exotic world of South America in 1936, Carnival of Spies is a mesmerizing tapestry of revolution, love, adventure and betrayal in the shadow of World War II. Based on the true story of a double agent whose extraordinary work for the British resulted in the penetration of Soviet spy rings in London, Copenhagen, Paris and Shanghai.
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