He is a suave, sophisticated man who is cool under pressure and always is successful at anything his bosses have him do. When he is introduced in this novel, he is bored and his spy instincts have gotten a little rusty.
When the Russians first think about hurting the British Secret Service, they thing about attacking this character. However, he is so obscure and unknown in the eye of the public, they decide it would have no effect.
She is naive and innocent, afraid she will get in trouble for stealing a spoon from a local restaurant when she is told she is to speak with the leader of SMERSH. This innocence makes SMERSH interested in her.
He became an agent for England when his father enlisted his help in spying for a friend of his. Now he runs the substation...
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