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Reviews

'A riveting and passionate account of one of history's most fascinating - and morally significant - secret operations' Michael Oren.
Michael Oren
'There's no greater satisfaction than seeing someone guilty of great evil being brought to justice, and few people in history have been guilty of more than Adolf Eichmann. Neal Bascomb tells the story of his capture with great verve and a novelist's eye for suspense.' Adam Hochschild.
Adam Hochschild
'It's an extraordinary gripping and disturbing read' Mail on Sunday.
Mail on Sunday