The classic true adventure story of a man who, by the pen, sword, and diplomatic pouch, influenced some of the most significant events of our era. Fitzroy Maclean recounts his extraordinary adventures in Soviet Central Asia; in the Western Desert, where he specialized in hair-raising commando raids behind enemy lines; and with Tito's partisans during the last months of the German occupation of Yugoslavia. An enthralling narrative brilliantly told.
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Review: Eastern ApproachesUser Review - S. Miles Lotman - Goodreads
Rumored to be the original inspiration for playboy spy James Bond, Fitzroy Maclean, in eight very active years from 1937-1945, is transferred to Britain's foreign office in Moscow, masters the Russian ... Read full review
Review: Eastern ApproachesUser Review - Martin - Goodreads
Maybe the best memoir of WWII... and i've read about 300... and a great explanation of Yugoslavia. Don't miss it- they say this guy was the basis for James Bond! Read full review