Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy: Ernest Hemingway’s Secret Adventures, 1935-1961 is the untold story of the secret life of one of history’s literary icons. And if there was anyone capable of writing a book about the secret adventures of one of America’s greatest writers, it’s Nicholas Reynolds. PhD from Oxford. U.S. Marine colonel. CIA officer and historian for the CIA Museum. Adjunct professor for Johns Hopkins University. While working at the CIA Museum in 2010, Reynolds uncovered clues that the Nobel Prize-winning novelist was involved in mid-twentieth-century spycraft for both the U.S. and the Soviet “People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs” (abbreviated NKVD). The thoroughly researched exploration of Hemingway’s military escapades is framed in the content of his life and his work and is a truly engrossing “cloak-and-dagger epic” for anyone that’s a fan of the author or espionage in general. You won’t be able to put it down.