Catch Me a Spy

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Catch Me a Spy
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AuthorGeorge Marton
Tibor Meray
Country United Kingdom
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Catch Me a Spy is a 1969 comedy spy thriller novel by George Marton and Tibor Meray.



In 1971 it was turned into a film To Catch a Spy starring Kirk Douglas, Marlène Jobert and Trevor Howard. [1]

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  1. Goble p.311