Trust No One: The Secret World of Sidney Reilly

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Feral House, 2002 - 527 pages
Sidney Reilly remains one of the most elusive figures of the last century. He used a variety of disguises from South American cook to German high officer to build his legend in the underworld of international intrigue. Historian Richard Spence draws on photographs, illustrations, and uncovered records from British, Russian, and American intelligence sources to create a powerful portrait of a man who was feared by friend and enemy alike. The dramatic true-life tale of this 20th-century master spy and consummate criminal was the subject of the acclaimed PBS series Reilly: Ace of Spies starring Sam Neill.

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Master spy Sidney Reilly is supposed to have died in the mid 1920s, captured by the Soviet NKVD and executed on Stalin's orders. Did Reilly turn double-agent and hand over the entire British ... Read full review

Contents

Beginnings
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A Spys Progress
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Eastern Horizons
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Copyright

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