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'This is a fast-paced yarn... reads like the film script of a 1940s thriller.'―The Times (UK)

'Hemming is very much in control of his material. Bite-size chapters paint fascinating miniatures,

often with a cliff-hanger to keep the pages turning... What more fertile ground could there be for a

book than such an important premise, with modern resonance, explored through a tale of difficult

odds, brilliant ruses, espionage and good old-fashioned detective work. In Hemming's sure hands,

America's uncertain progress towards direct engagement in the second world war becomes

riveting history.'―The Spectator (UK)'[A] page-turning spy thriller...Fluid, sharp writing, deep

research, and a spy network with unparalleled ingenuity provide a snappy read and lots of

shockers.'―Kirkus Reviews(starred review)'A lucid, fast-paced account of England's secret

scheme to draw America into WWII...This entertaining espionage history illuminates an important

chapter in the history of foreign influence on American public opinion.'―Publishers Weekly

'Gripping and intoxicating, it unfolds like the best screenplay.'―Nicholas Shakespeare, author

ofThe Dancer Upstairs'A revelatory and wholly fascinating work of history. Superbly researched

and written with gripping fluency, this lost secret of World War II espionage finally has its expert

chronicler.'―William Boyd Read more Henry Hemming is the author of five works of non-fiction

including most recently Agent M, and The Ingenious Mr Pyke, which landed on the New York

Times monthly espionage bestseller list. He has written for The Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph,

Daily Mail, The Times, The Economist, FT Magazine and The Washington Post, and has given

interviews on Radio 4's Today Programme and NBC's Today Show and spoken at schools,

festivals and companies including RDF Media, The RSA, Science Museum, Frontline Club and

The School of Life. Henry lives in London with his wife, daughter and son. Read more

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