Non-fiction: "Blitzkrieg: From the Rise of Hitler to the Fall of Dunkirk"
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My disagreement with the depiction of Harry Palmer on the screen was the implausible suggestion that Harry was blackmailed into working for the secret intelligence service. Blackmailed! This is the old boy network. These are people with tailored shirts and lace-up shoes. Despite the disrepute it suffered from harbouring traitors such as Philby - Westminster, Cambridge and the Athenaeum - the SIS ...
Is as famous for his cook books and his non-fiction as he is for his best-selling spy novels.