THE SPY WHO CHANGED THE WORLD
Piecing together his story from archives in Britain, the U.S., Russia and Germany, Rossiter unravels the truth about Klaus Fuchs and reveals for the first time his long career of espionage for Russia. A dramatic tale of clandestine meetings, deadly secrets, and illicit love affairs, all set against the tumultuous years from the rise of Hitler to the start of the Cold War.
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