Ernest Hemingway's reputation was already larger than life. Little did we know he had a secret life even more interesting than his public persona suggested. Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy: Ernest Hemingway's Secret Adventures, 1935-1961 tells the tale of Hemingway's involvement with pre-KGB Soviet agents and his dealings with other intelligence agencies at home and abroad. Penned by former CIA officer and historian Nicholas Reynolds, it ties these adventures and developments back to his literary work, explaining how one influenced the other. Impeccably researched, it's a solid read for anyone who has a soft spot for history, intrigue, and flawed heroes.