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The Ethan Quinn Espionage Collection, Volume 1
- Narrated by: Guy Mott, Michael C. Gwynne
- Length: 13 hrs and 58 mins
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Ethan Quinn, the bestselling espionage author, has gathered four of his most incredible spy stories into one book. The collection contains some of the most fascinating people in the history of espionage.
The collection contains:
Anti-Hero: The Spy Who Masterminded the Largest Espionage Ring in USA History
Many terms were bestowed upon the mysterious Fritz Duquesne throughout his colourful life, but perhaps the most fitting ever attributed to him was: “The most dangerous prisoner to have ever lived.” This Boer warrior-turned-spy’s life crossed oceans and continents, assuming multiple alias and personas along the way. Eventually, Fritz Duquesne found himself a crucial cog in the Nazi machine, ultimately being responsible for the largest spy ring ever uncovered in the United States.
Iron Spy: The True Story of the Greatest Double Agent in World War II
Known as Fritz to his German spy-handlers and Zig-Zag to the British secret service. Eddie Chapman’s early life was rife with gang activity and a dishonourable discharge from the British military. His skills were then sought out by Nazi Germany. But Chapman’s loyalty to Britain knew no limits.
Codename Intrepid: The Spymaster Who Changed World War II
William Stephenson was a dedicated soldier, a gifted inventor, an extraordinary businessman and a daring spy. He eventually earnt himself the codename Intrepid for his immense bravery and dedication and found himself with an integral role in the war efforts against Nazi Germany in WWII.
Agent Noor: The World War II Spy Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice
The pacifist, Noor Inayat Khan, was awarded the George Cross posthumously for her bravery during WWII. Noor was recruited as Special Operations Executive and it was through her desire to bring justice and peace to the world that she made the greatest sacrifice a human could make for her fellow people.