Codename Tricycle: The true story of the Second World War's most extraordinary double agent
A wealthy lawyer, debonair ladies' man, consummate actor, and courageous gambler, Dusko Popov played the role of playboy amongst the top echelons of British society to become one of Germany's most trusted spies. In fact, he was one of Britain's most successful double agents, and, some say, the inspiration for James Bond. With full access to FBI and MI5 records, along with private family papers, his incredible adventures can now be told authoritatively for the first time.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Andy_Dingley - LibraryThing
A good book on a fascinating story. Like many, I knew the name and a vague connection to Operation Fortitude, the D-Day deception, but no more. This biography goes into far more detail. As a personal ... Read full review