Sir Leonard is not a man to desire fame or notoriety. His chronicler has been forced to fall back on office records and information supplied by various members of the secret service to tell of the struggles of Wallace and his intelligence officers and their battles against the Soviet Union, terrorism and subversion in the British Empire, Nazi Germany and the tentacles of global organised crime.
"A romping read[...]James Bond may find he has a worthy rival." (Daily Mail)
"Without Alexander Wilson, there is no James Bond, there is no Bourne, there is no George Smiley. Unmissable." (Tony Parsons)
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