Item #070781 Bodyguard of Lies: The Extraordinary True Story Behind D-Day. Anthony Cave Brown.

Bodyguard of Lies: The Extraordinary True Story Behind D-Day

Guilford, Connecticut: The Lyons Press, No Date Listed; Copyright 2002. Illustrated. Paperback. "A fascinating and awesomely detailed account of wartime deception....There is enough material here for 20 espionage novels." (The New York Times Book Review). Paperback. No date listed, copyright 2002. Illustrated cover is in brown, red, and cream color tones depicting a scene from D-Day. Illustrated with photos in black and white. Book is in five parts: 1) The Origins of Special Means 1938-1942; 2) The Roots of Conspiracy, 1934-1943; 3) High Strategy and Low Tactics 1943; 4) Cover and Deception - January to June 1944; and 5) Normandy to Nemesis - June 6 to August 20, 1944. Also includes Author's Note, Interviews, Archivists, Historians and Librarians, Glossary, Sources and Notes, and a Bibliography. Indexed. x, 947 pp. Overall VG, cover shows light shelf wear. Completely unmarked except for a previous owner's name on the front flyleaf. Pages are bright and clean. Binding is sound. A very nice, readable copy. Full refund if not satisfied. Very Good.

9" x 6" x 2"

Item #070781

Price: $30.00

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