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  • The Spy with No Name | Jeff Maysh

    The Spy with No Name

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 39 mins)
    • By Jeff Maysh
    • Narrated By Graham Vick
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    The Spy with No Name is the unbelievable true story of Erwin van Haarlem, a Cold War secret agent whose stolen identity broke the heart of an innocent woman - who thought she'd found her long-lost son. In 1977, Johanna van Haarlem, 52, finally tracked down the son she had abandoned as a baby, during the Second World War. She was delighted that he had grown into a charming Dutch waiter in London. But Erwin van Haarlem was actually a dangerous Communist spy who had stolen her son's identity to uncover British and American military secrets.

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  • Handsome Devil | Jeff Maysh

    Handsome Devil

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Jeff Maysh
    • Narrated By Graham Vick
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    In Handsome Devil, acclaimed journalist Jeff Maysh brings to life one of the 20th century's most unforgettable public enemies, "Count" Victor Lustig, a dashing criminal mastermind and counterfeiter whose fake banknotes threatened to topple America's economy. Written in staggering detail and culminating in a desperate manhunt led by FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, Handsome Devil reveals the real man behind the myth: a genius who applied his talents to crime.

  • The Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice. | Jeff Maysh

    The Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice.

    • ORIGINAL (14 mins)
    • By Jeff Maysh
    • Narrated By Desiree Fultz
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    The air was as crisp as a hundred dollar bill, on April 27, 1936. A southwesterly breeze filled the bright white sails of the pleasure boats sailing across the San Francisco Bay.

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