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The Secret City: A Spy's Guide to London

The Secret City: A Spy's Guide to London
  • Author: Richard Hutt
  • Publisher: Herb Lester Associates
  • ISBN: 1838216723
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The world's great powers have waged discreet war in London's streets.

The world's great powers have waged discreet war in London's streets. This conflict has played out across the city, often in plain sight, in leafy parks, tube stations, office blocks, bars and even chain restaurants. The Secret City charts locations where the course of history has been altered, from the early 20th century to the present day.


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