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Subject:  WWII Spy Fiction Date:  11/29/2002  7:30 PM
Author:  skybluewater Number:  1651 of 3331

I'm a big fan of WWII spy novels. Right now, I'm reading "Eye of the Needle", "The Unlikely Spy", "Enigma", and two novels by Alan Furst, "Red Gold" and "Dark Star" (I also just read his "Kingdom of Shadows"). I'm going to start reading "The Eagle Has Landed" soon. Then there's Eric Ambler, who wrote quite a few novels set in Europe during and before WWII. There's also a related series by Phillip Kerr, about a PI in pre-war Nazi Germany and post-war Austria that have been collected in one volume, "Berlin Noir", that I haven't started reading yet. All in all, those'll keep me busy for a while.

Erik
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