By Compton Mackenzie
Compton Mackenzie was a celebrated writer at the start of the Great War. He was soon recruited by British Secret Services, becoming "our man in Greece." Later, he broke the rules by writing memoirs that included secret documents naming serving officers and exposing agents' cover. Mackenzie was prosecuted and Greek Memories was banned. Now, for the first time, here is Mackenzie's memoir as it should have been seen—a remarkable document of wartime espionage.
- First Edition
- First Printing, 1932
- Fine Condition
- Dust Jacket, Archival Acetate Cover