Leslie Aspin hit the headlines this year as the organizer of British mercenaries to fight in Angola. It was the least of this incredible man's exploits. In his sensational autobiography, he tells how he: smuggled arms to Libya; survived a shootout in a Malta back alley; doublecrossed the Mafia in a heroin deal; conned South African sanctions-busters out of £14,000 in twenty minutes; shot two hit men sent to kill him; spied on the IRA for British Intelligence. Packed with fascinating detail about the operation of international villainy, this is the autobiography of the man the British Press called "the spy marked down for death."
Read his Book 'The Kovaks Contract'
Published by Everest Books 1976 (illustrated) Book No 1144929111