Betrayal, by Jonathan Ancer
What does it take to deceive those closest to you? How do you lead a double life and not lose yourself? Is there ever a point of return? Jonathan Ancer explores these questions in the tales of SA’s spies: from the navy superspy on the Russian payroll to the party girl who fell in love with Cuba and the idealistic students used and abused in apartheid’s intelligence war. Ancer gets under the skin of what it takes to betray those closest to you – and what it means to be betrayed.
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