Beverly Hills spy : the double-agent war hero who helped Japan attack Pearl Harbor / Ronald Drabkin.
Book | William Morrow, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers | 2024 | First edition.

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First edition.
Description
x, 256 pages, 8 pages unnumbered plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Pearl Harbor -- The Battle of Jutland -- Spurned by the RAF -- Dead US Marines -- The World's First Aircraft Carrier -- Geisha Party -- The Poker Game -- The Attempted Assassination of Charlie Chaplin -- The 1932 Summer Olympics -- The FBI and the Dead Spy -- The Attaché and the Sleeper -- Hollywood -- The Private Club -- Spy Work Is Not a Blank Check -- In Plain Sight -- The Coronation of King George VI -- The Secrets of the P-38 -- The Spy as a Good Father -- Many Strange Clues -- Counterspies -- Double Agent -- Tachibana -- The Blackmail of Charlie Chaplin -- The FBI Finally Wakes Up -- Beating the Suspect -- Political Fallout -- Meetings in Washington -- Looking for Spies in All the Wrong Places -- Pearl Harbor, Redux.
Summary
"In the spirit of Ben Macintyre's greatest spy nonfiction, the truly unbelievable and untold story of Frederick Rutland-a debonair British WWI hero, flying ace, fixture of Los Angeles society, and friend of Golden Age Hollywood stars-who flipped to become a spy for Japan in the lead-up to the attack on Pearl Harbor"-- Provided by publisher.
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Online version: Drabkin, Ronald. Beverly Hills spy First edition. New York : William Morrow, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2024 9780063310094 (DLC) 2023046768
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9780063310070 (hardcover)
0063310074
9780063310094 (epub)
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