By James Leasor
Published: October 15, 2011.
Max Cornell had survived the Katyn massacre and the Russian camps. Now he wanted a new life - and the money to enjoy it - in England. And the price of a passport was three years’ work for British Intelligence, running the Russian codenamed Butcher.
In the post-war world of high politics and backstreet crime, they are linked by an explosive truth which could rock governments.