Stalin's Singing Spy
The Life and Exile of Nadezhda Plevitskaya
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In addition, this book uncovers the roles that the couple played in one of the Soviets' major intelligence coups-the 1937 kidnapping of White Russian General Evgeny Miller in Paris. Jordan recreates Plevitskaya's sensationalized 1938 criminal trial in the Palace of Justice, where she was accused of conspiring to kidnap Miller and portrayed as a Red femme fatale. The first Western biography of Plevitskaya and the first to reconstruct her dramatic trial, this book provides a fascinating window into Soviet-era espionage in interwar Europe.