Lawrence Fox was born and raised in Midland, Ontario and enlisted in the RCAF in 1952.
Distinguished by his outstanding marksmanship from the beginning of his military career, he was selected immediately as a candidate for dangerous espionage work and formally recruited by MI-6 in 1956. He is
pictured at age nineteen, two years before the first of five highly dangerous missions in the Cold War years into Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland (2) and Russia as an espionage courier. His assignments included bringing important commodities (information, people, microfilm) out from behind the Iron Curtain. His MI-6 work was top secret, resulted in long term PTSD and greatly complicated his private life. Nothing is left out of this nonfiction espionage thriller.
This book is dedicated to increasing awareness of the dangers and sacrifice that the military undertake on our behalf.