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As an agent of the British government, Keith Armstrong endured danger, betrayal, imprisonment, and torture . . . but he could tell no one of his experiences. He was not merely forbidden to disclose the particulars of a given assignment; nobody close to him -- his parents, wife, children, or friends -- had any clue as to what kind of work he did, or why he would sometimes disappear for months at a time. People in his hometown believed him to be a coward while he was parachuting into occupied Europe. His family became deeply troubled by his seemingly erratic behavior.
No Cloak No Dagger is the fascinating account of one man's life in the world of espionage. Taking us from Armstrong's intense training at Camp X to his undercover work fighting the Nazis, then the Communists, to his efforts to amend the rules which forced him to lie to everyone who cared about him, his story will grip you until the very last page.
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Book Description Wheatmark (October 15, 2008), 2008. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # think1604941448