Bodyguard of Lies

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Bodyguard of Lies

By Anthony Cave Brown
Harper & Row, 1975
947 pp. $15.95

Brimming with names and facts (William Colby as a 24-year-old OSS agent in occupied France), this is a long and intriguing account by a British journalist of the spying, resistance, and, above all, intelligence deception, that probably sealed the outcome of the Second World War.

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