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A Spy Has No Friends: To Save His Country, He Became the Enemy

A Spy Has No Friends To Save His Country He Became the Enemy From the beginning of his mission as a British agent against the Nazis Ronald Seth was a hunted man Shot at as he parachuted down to the Estonian coast he suffered extremes of deprivation before bei

  • Title: A Spy Has No Friends: To Save His Country, He Became the Enemy
  • Author: Ronald Seth
  • ISBN: 9780755318056
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the beginning of his mission as a British agent against the Nazis, Ronald Seth was a hunted man Shot at as he parachuted down to the Estonian coast, he suffered extremes of deprivation before being captured and sentenced to death by hanging And then the real hunt began for what he knew, and for his identity Seth had only one hope could he convince his captors tFrom the beginning of his mission as a British agent against the Nazis, Ronald Seth was a hunted man Shot at as he parachuted down to the Estonian coast, he suffered extremes of deprivation before being captured and sentenced to death by hanging And then the real hunt began for what he knew, and for his identity Seth had only one hope could he convince his captors that he was a Nazi sympathiser and trick them into employing him as a spy Enlisted as a German agent, in a position of precarious trust and constant danger, he embarked on a nightmare journey that took him from occupied Paris to the dark heart of the Nazi regime during the fall of Berlin A SPY HAS NO FRIENDS is the thrilling story of a man playing a dangerous game against a lethal opponent.

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    1. I loved this book. When I was about 11, I read Ronald Seth’s book, How Spies Work. I read it many times, and think I had it almost permanently out of the library at one time. It was a history of spying from the earliest times to the Cold War, and a run-through of spy techniques, from invisible ink written on the backs of slaves in ancient Egypt to Morse code, Enigma and dead-letter boxes (gosh, I can’t even remember what they were). I think I wanted to be a spy at the time. This memoir recou [...]


    2. I pick up this book recently in a book shop and was captivated by the paragraph written in the forward of the book. “The public hanging that went wrong, the sentence of death by beheading, interminable questioning, torture, brutality interspersed with kindness, the even more insidious and cumulative effect of lengthy periods of solitary confinement, slow starvation, misery, disease and suspense, were more than enough to break any man A really fascinating story of a man who, though we would dif [...]


    3. I know this was not the authors intention, but this book made me realize how easy and agreeable my life is compared to what Seth went through. It is one of the few times that I've read a memoir written in the style of a novel. If it were a novel I would have given it two stars. But it is a real life adventure. Someone communicated his blood sweat and tears in fluent English. Therefore it merits at least 4 stars. I can't say I was enraptured by the story, but it was moderately captivating none th [...]


    4. I read this novel when I was 11 or 12 and again when I was 13. Now at 19 I read it again and it has become even more interesting and amazing and while reading it I just found myself consistently surprised by the fact that it all actually happened. Ronald Seth's impressive tale of survival is a great read and I highly recommend it.


    5. An astonishing account of one mans willpower and desire to not be beaten down by even the darkest forces imaginable. It stands as an inspiration to overcoming adversity and as a marker of the best traits of mankind.


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