A brilliant Columbia University graduate, Isaiah Oggins went to Berlin to establish a safe house and spy for his country - but he turned coat. Working for the Soviets, he was nevertheless poisoned in 1947 on Stalin's orders.
Classified for decades, Oggins' story is a cloak-and-dagger tale to rival the best novels.
©2008 Andrew Meier; (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC
This book will not necessarily keep you spellbound with suspense (after all, the ending is given away in the book summary), but it is very interesting and offers a detailed political look at the 1920s and 1930s, both in personal, US, and international terms. Well worth the listen. The narrator is easy to listen to also.
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