Thanks to ARRSE (The Army Rumour Service) for the fantastic review of Michael Smith's SIX: A History of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service.
"This is a fine book. On one level, it is a rattling good yarn which does what it says on the cover; on another level, Smith’s research illuminates the sometimes complex (and to the indifferent, dull) bureaucratic manoeuvring which is a feature of any intelligence organisation and on a third level, it is a fascinating insight into the people who came together to create one of the world’s foremost intelligence services."
To read the full review, click here.
SIX: A History of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service. Part 1: Murder and Mayhem is available to buy from Biteback, priced £19.99