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Andrew Lycett review – The Daily Telegraph

Max Hastings is tickled by the irony that Alan Turing, the brilliant mathematician codebreaker at Bletchley Park during the Second World War, has emerged as a celebrated secret warrior, when until recently he was virtually unknown outside his professional circles.…Read more

Sinclair McKay review – The Spectator

Spying is a branch of philosophy, although you would never guess it from that expression on Daniel Craig’s face.  Its adepts interrogate the surface of reality – people, landscapes, texts – knowing that they will discover extraordinary hermetic meanings.  They…Read more

Guy Walters review – Country Life

It is impossible to quantify the number of books that have been written about the Second World War.  A rough guide is provided by the website Amazon, which returns a figure of some 244,000 books if you search for ‘Second…Read more