"To any viewer, they looked like close friends out for a little stroll. Actually, it was the first time they had ever met. After about half an hour, the man handed the woman an envelope." Pg. 60
"Fuchs escaped to England, where he earned his PhD in physics. When the war began, British scientists recruited him to help with a secret war-related project---the atomic bomb. 'I accepted,' recalled Fuchs, 'and I started work without knowing at first what the work was." Pg. 61
Sorry, I had a flat tire.
Why were you late to the meetup?
"Fuchs told Gold he was proud to be helping the Soviet Union. He told Gold where he was living, where the British team was working, and who was on it. He described as much as he knew about the organization of the Manhattan Project, saying he'd heard that the bomb design was happening at a secret site somewhere in Mexico." Pg. 127
"No one noticed him slipping notes and handwritten drafts of technical papers--documents he would have no reason to take home--into his briefcase." Pg. 128
"Finally, at 4:20, Fuchs blue car pulled up. Gold ducked into the passenger seat and Fuchs drove off." "Fuchs stopped the car at a deserted spot. He gave Gold a quick update on the progress at Los Alamos and the upcoming test." Pg. 168
"Klaus Fuchs made a complete confession and was taken to a prison in London to await trial. When friends came to visit, Fuchs tried to explain how he had divided his brain into two compartments: one for his commitment to Communism, and one for his personal life. His main regret, he said, was that his secret mission had caused him to lie to his friends." Pg. 227