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Hitler's Spy

Descriere: Thrilling war-time spy story about the MI5 double-agent who made a career out of betrayal and proved a very unlikely hero

Page dim. 132 x 197 x 20

Weight: 238 grams


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Autori: James Eighth Earl Of Elgin | Editura: Simon & Schuster Ltd | Anul aparitiei: 2014 | ISBN: 9780857208569 | Numar de pagini: 320 | Categorie: Politics  

  

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