Stalin's Englishman

Andrew Lownie’s highly-praised biography of Guy Burgess, one of the UK’s most notorious Cold War spies, highlights Burgess’s connection with George Greaves, a Daily Express correspondent based in Tangier.
In a footnote [Chapter Six], Lownie writes: ‘…Greaves was a homosexual Australian journalist, a long-time Tangier-based stringer for the Express newspapers with close links to British intelligence, and figures as the MI6 head of station in Tangier in Roger Croft’s novel “The Wayward Spy”.’