Posts Tagged ‘Istanbul Passage’

Espionage, atmosphere and history in Istanbul at the dawn of the Cold War

by Published: June 25,2012

Tags: Istanbul Passage, Joseph Kanon, Turkey, World War II

Frankly, in this age of cyberspace the business of spying isn’t what it used to be. While it may be relevant, who wants to read about computer hackers? Give me the old-fashioned under-cover, cat-and-mouse game of espionage among dark streets — and sometimes glamour — of European and Russian locales when the heroes were not […] [...]

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