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"Vicary had decided he wanted to contribute. He wanted to do something instead of watching the world through his well-guarded window" (Chapter 3, pg. 32.)

"Perhaps the Allies will engage in some trickery. A diversionary landing, perhaps as you yourself have suggested, my Fuhrer. But the real strike will come here. At Calais" (Chapter 4, pg. 53.)

"Why, we're simply going to create an army of a million men. Conjure it up, I'm afraid, completely out of thin air" (Chapter 6, pg. 87.)

"Alfred, I want to be completely honest with you about something from the outset of this case. The prime minister insisted you be given the assignment over the strenuous objections of the director-general and myself" (Chapter 6, pg. 95.)

"After more than five years, some agents might be tempted to become complacent. Catherine would never become complacent. It was one of the reasons she survived when others had been arrested and hanged" (Chapter 7, pg...

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