Hitler's Chief Spy in England
Simon & Schuster 2013
Hardback 320pp Illustrated
9780857208545   Product Code: 19638
Arthur Owens's propensity for invention and exaggeration made it difficult for MI5 to discount the possibility that their double agent was not in fact a triple agent. This biography of the unreliable Owens describes how he nevertheless managed to expose dozens of German agents and how the misinformation that was fed to the Nazis as a result of his activities played a crucial role in the grand deception that kept the real location of the D-Day invasion a secret.