The Philby Conspiracy by David Leitch and Phillip Knightley Bruce Page

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If this extraordinary plot were invented, it would be the spy novel of the century. But Kim Philby's story is fact - unbelieveable and horrifying.

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Published May 1, 1969 by Signet. 278 pages
Genres: History.

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Like Kipling's hero of the same name, Kim Philby was a man ""with two separate sides to his head""—half of which was working for England's Secret Intelligence Service, the other half for Russia for over thirty years in what must be certainly the most high handed chapters of the Great Game.

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