About this book
The remarkable rise and fall of the KGB's most daring spies, Dmitri Bystrolyotov, who operated in the west between the world wars. Fluent in many languages, dashing and handsome, he stole secrets for Stalin from Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy showing great courage and ingenuity. But Stalin's regime turned against him, and sentenced to 20 years hard labour, he came to realise the true nature of the ideology he had once served unquestioningly.
The remarkable rise and fall of the KGB's most daring operative.