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TRUE STORY: Howard Blum, author of IN THE ENEMY'S HOUSE

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Imagine the best John Le Carre novel that is actually not a novel at all -- but a riveting true story of spies, code-breaking, Russian moles, and stolen atomic secrets.

Edgar-Award winning author Howard Blum brings us IN THE ENEMY'S S HOUSE, about the partnership between a U.S. government code-breaker and a young FBI agent that exposed the shocking spy ring that delivered the secrets of the atomic bomb into Russian hands.  From America to the Soviet Union, and from New York to Los Alamos, Blum tells a thrilling story of cryptography, spy tradecraft, and treason that ultimately led to the deaths of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in the electric chair.

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Brian Freeman, host of TRUE STORY, is an award-winning author of psychological thrillers. His latest thriller is THE VOICE INSIDE.  It's the follow-up to THE NIGHT BIRD, which was one of the top 20 Kindle bestsellers of 2017. Find out more about him at bfreemanbooks.com.

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