Game of Spies: The Secret Agent, the Traitor and the Nazi, Bordeaux 1942-1944

Paddy Ashdown

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Game of Spies tells the story of a lethal spy triangle between 1942 and 1944 in Bordeaux – and of France’s greatest betrayal by aristocratic and right-wing Resistance leader Andre Grandclement. The story centres on three men: one British, one French and one German and the duel they fought out in an atmosphere of collaboration, betrayal and assassination, in which comrades sold fellow comrades, Allied agents and downed pilots to the Germans, as casually as they would a bottle of wine. It is a story of SOE, treachery, bed-hopping and executions in the city labelled ‘la plus collaboratrice’ in the whole of France.

  • ISBN 9780008140823
  • Title Game of Spies: The Secret Agent, the Traitor and the Nazi, Bordeaux 1942-1944
  • Author Paddy Ashdown
  • Publisher Harper Collins
  • Imprint William Collins
  • Binding Hardback
  • Width 15.9cm
  • Height 24cm
  • Weight 690g
  • Number of pages 320

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