Judith Lenart always knew her stepfather had lived an exciting life - as a journalist from the end of WWII to the end of the Cold War, he met, investigated and exposed some of the greatest artists and con men international politics has ever known. Yet it wasn't until after his death in 1992 that she began to discover just how exciting his life really was. As Lenart begins the process of sorting through his personal effects, she stumbles upon a bundle of documents she never expected to find: letters, telegrams and instructions from Ian Fleming, editor and coordinator of his own elite selection of journalist spies, and a direct link between the media and MI6. Here Lenart brings together some of Antony Terry's finest investigative works, as well as never before seen excerpts from his notebooks and transcriptions. Interspersed with Lenart's own insights, this remarkable collection offers a rare opportunity to get to the heart of a man whose duty, in death, was to disappear.
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