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Honey Trap (Coronet Books)

by Anthony Summers, Stephen Dorril

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I love a scandal and as a child I remember being absolutely fascinated by 2 beautiful women making headlines every day.....Christine Keeler and Mandy Rice Davies. Of course I was too young to have much clue as to what was happening, so I leapt at the chance to 'catch up' with this book based on the film.
It really was the scandal of the century, spies, sex, establishment, lies, cover ups.
It outlines briefly the politics at the time and of course a little insight into Stephen Ward and John Profumo. ( )
  lulu8 | May 13, 2008 |
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The definitive investigation into the scandal of the Profumo Affair, and the life and mysterious death of the man at its heart. In 1963 John Profumo, the British Secretary of State for War, was revealed as the lover of a teenage model, Christine Keeler, who was also the mistress of Yevgeny Ivanov, a naval attach and reputedly a Russian spy.… (more)

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