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Against the background of a deadly undercover war between the Gestapo and Soviet agents during the collapse of the Third Reich, The Expendable Spy is the hair-raising novel of an audacious American who discovers a secret so big and so appalling that his own intelligence office orders his execution.

Jack D. Hunter served in WWII in the War Department Intelligence Center as a counterespionage agent. As an undercover agent, he directed "Operation Nursery", the lengthy counterintelligence effort credited with thwarting the only known organized plot to perpetuate the Nazi system after Hitler's downfall.

©1965 Jack D. Hunter; (P)1997 Blackstone Audiobooks

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  • Joseph
  • Bethel Park, PA, USA
  • 07-29-06

Skip It

This is one of the worst historical spy fiction novels I have ever encountered. The dialogue is ridiculous and the actions of the main character are totally unrealistic. Skip this one. Buy an Alan Furst or WEB Griffin novel instead.

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