Child of My Time
Modest and thought-provoking, this book looks at a past world through the window of the author's experience. An Englishman from an eccentric background, Mark Frankland was recruited as a spy, but eventually became a journalist. He describes such things as Moscow under Kruschev and Vietnam.
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