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Review: The Climate of TreasonNutzerbericht - Goodreads
This book was easy to read, informative and somehow at the same time unsatisfying. The writer is either unwilling or unable to comprehend the mind set of the Cambridge spies, still less to draw any ...
Review: The Climate of TreasonNutzerbericht - Steve - Goodreads
I have no idea how I got into this particular genre of books but I suppose it began with James Bond books my mother in law bought me for Christmas. From there I think it was newspaper headlines about ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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