Novel set mainly in WW2 MUNICH (and Dachau)
Location(s): Central Asia, China, North Africa, Russia
Fitztroy Maclean was one of the real-life inspirations for super-spy James Bond. After adventures in Soviet Russia before the war, Maclean fought with the SAS in North Africa in 1942. There he specialised in hair-raising commando raids behind enemy lines, including the daring and outrageous kidnapping of the German Consul in Axis-controlled Iraq.
Maclean’s extraordinary adventures in the Western Desert and later fighting alongside Tito’s partisans in Yugoslavia are blistering reading and show what it took to be a British hero who broke the mould . . .
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