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Young Philby [a novel]

A thrilling tale of the most infamous double-agent in history. One midnight in January in the early 1960s, the Russian freighter Domatova quietly slipped out of Beirut harbour. The ship had sailed with a single passenger on board named Harold Adrian Russell Philby. He tried to imagine the life that awaited him in the Soviet Union. Would Moscow Centre welcome him as a senior Soviet intelligence officer?

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  • "A thrilling tale of the most infamous double-agent in history. One midnight in January in the early 1960s, the Russian freighter Domatova quietly slipped out of Beirut harbour. The ship had sailed with a single passenger on board named Harold Adrian Russell Philby. He tried to imagine the life that awaited him in the Soviet Union. Would Moscow Centre welcome him as a senior Soviet intelligence officer?"
  • "A thrilling tale of the most infamous double-agent in history. One midnight in January in the early 1960s, the Russian freighter Domatova quietly slipped out of Beirut harbour. The ship had sailed with a single passenger on board named Harold Adrian Russell Philby. He tried to imagine the life that awaited him in the Soviet Union. Would Moscow Centre welcome him as a senior Soviet intelligence officer?"@en
  • "A Kirkus In Young Philby."@en
  • "A work of suspense based on true-life historical characters imagines the early years and long-time Russian allegiance of double agent Kim Philby, whose 1963 defection from Britain's intelligence service to Moscow exposes the Cambridge Five double agents and raises innumerable questions about his ideals."
  • "A work of suspense based on true-life historical characters imagines the early years and long-time Russian allegiance of double agent Kim Philby, whose 1963 defection from Britain's intelligence service to Moscow exposes the Cambridge Five double agents and raises innumerable questions about his ideals."@en
  • "When Kim Philby fled to Moscow in 1963, he became the most notorious double agent in history. A British intelligence agent since World War II, he had risen to become their chief officer in Washington. Exposure of other double agents led to the revelation that Philby had been working for Russia longer than he had been part of MI6. Now Robert Littell recounts the early years of this fascinating, flawed man who kept people guessing until the very end."
  • "One midnight in January in the early 1960s, the Russian freighter Domatova quietly slipped out of Beirut harbour. The ship had sailed with a single passenger on board: an Englishman named Harold Adrian Russell Philby, nicknamed Kim. He had fled the Lebanese capital with little more than the clothes on his back. The Englishman had used both hardcover and paperback edition of James Hilton's Lost Horizon for enciphering purposes (page, line and letter number) when he had communicated with his Soviet controllers. As the lights of Beirut vanished, he tried to imagine the life that awaited him in th."@en

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  • "Ausgabe"
  • "History"
  • "Suspense fiction"
  • "Suspense fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Text"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Spy stories"
  • "Spy stories"@en
  • "Biographical fiction"
  • "Biographical fiction"@en

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  • "Philby portrait de l'espion en jeune homme"
  • "Young Philby [a novel]"@en
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  • "Filby ha-tsaʻir"
  • "פילבי הצעיר"
  • "Young Philby : [a novel]"@en
  • "Young Philby : [a novel]"
  • "Philby portrait de l'espion en jeune homme : roman"
  • "Filbi ha-tsaʻir"
  • "פלבי הצעיר"
  • "Young Philby"
  • "Unge Philby"@da
  • "Young Philby"@en
  • "Philby, portrait de l'espion en jeune homme : roman"
  • "Il giovane Philby : romanzo"@it
  • "Il giovane Philby : romanzo"
  • "Philby ha-tsaʻir"
  • "Philby : portrait de l'espion en jeune homme : roman"