Brilliantly cuts through the webs of lies that Reilly spun...a fascinating tale of dark deed, treachery and sculduggery. --BBC History Magazine
Makes poor 007 look like a bit of a wuss --The Mail on Sunday
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A meticulously researched, concise and well written account of Sidney Reilly, revealing a very different version of events of the time and his part in them whilst illuminating a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Pain
Long time since i read this but i remember it as a fascinating read,charlatan or hero battling against the Bolshevik foe with a convoluted private and business life,the jury is... Read morePublished 15 months ago by 19k60
Brought as a Christmas Present, so can not comment on this book.Published 20 months ago by Mr. W. Kozlowski
The first book I read on this subject was the original 1967 'Ace of Spies' by Robin Bruce Lockhart which was later re-written and revised after it became the subject of a 1980's TV... Read morePublished on 12 Mar. 2014 by AJS (London)
I first saw the movie of Sidney Reilly's adventures and this prompted me to buy the book whcih is even more fascinating than the movie.Published on 1 Sept. 2013 by A. Kitroeff
Saw the film - well the t.v. series and read the book soon after. Now it is on my Kindle,mainly to dip into The man
was a bounder, a con artist come chancer and not to be... Read more
I bought this for my other half having seen something about the man on television. Think he enjoyed the book.Published on 14 Jan. 2013 by Marianne Owens