Wikipedia Tour: Famous Spies
20 Installments—Entirely free
Spies trade in stealth and secrets. From Belle Boyd in the American Civil War to legendary Soviet spy Richard Sorge to Fred and Ethel Rosenberg, these traitors—or heroes, depending upon your outlook—risked everything for their lives of double-dealing. Enter the shadowy world of espionage to find out who got away with it, and who paid the ultimate price.
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
Welcome to our _Wikipedia Tour: Famous Spies_. Each day we’ll send you a link to a new article about a famous (or infamous!) spy on Wikipedia. The introduction to each day’s article is included in the installment so you can choose to read just the introduction or the full article.
Reviewed by dreamdust on Sep 29, 2012
the real 007
this is so addictive!
Reviewed by Christiana on Mar 6, 2010
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