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  • The Intriguersby Donald Hamilton

    Titan Books 2015; US$ 5.99

    Matt Helm is on vacation in Mexico with nothing on his mind except fishing, when some joker tries to shoot him in the back. Naturally it was no accident. When secret agents get shot at, it never is. So Helm has to go back to work. At least there's a bonus in the form of his boss's beautiful daughter, a playmate in peril. more...

  • Assume Nothingby Ronald L. Johnson

    SBPRA 2014; US$ 2.99

    Upon the death of Will O’Brien’s grandfather, who raised him from infancy, Will discovers a press clipping from 1974. It describes the plane crash death of his parents and a baby with Will’s name. So who is Will O’Brien and why does he have someone else’s name?In Will’s quest for answers, he learns that not only were his grandparents master spies for... more...

  • The Cold War for Information Technologyby Janez Škrubej

    SBPRA 2014; US$ 2.99

    The Cold War for Information Technology is a captivating new book that uncovers a little-known but vital battle to gain control over IT development that took place in the final two decades of the 20th century. As you might expect, intelligence agencies from the United States, the Soviet Union, India, and China all played major roles.However, remarkably,... more...

  • The Faithless Paradoxby eoff GSharpe

    SBPRA 2014; US$ 2.99

    The violent death of the disgraced former head of counter espionage in the Australian Federal Police sets the pace for this novel of deceit and betrayal on an international scale. The action races from the Middle East to Australia, from Israel to Russia and back again, at every moment building the sense of tension as people’s lives are changed in ways... more...

  • When the Huts Fall Silentby DeLair M. LaDuke

    SBPRA 2014; Not Available

    Jimmy Young has a decision to make. He can take his chances and be drafted into the Vietnam War, or he can accept an offer to join the CIA and go to El Salvador in this action-filled novel. In 1973, the military draft was still in place and American soldiers continued dying in Vietnam. Jimmy, a kid raised on a Kansas ranch, decides to take his chances... more...

  • Matt Helm - The Intimidatorsby Donald Hamilton

    Titan Books 2015; US$ 5.99

    It was a double mission this time. Firstly, to terminate a top-notch enemy agent. Secondly, to locate the missing fiancée of a Texas oil millionaire, lost in the Bermuda Triangle. Somehow these two cases were connected, but it wasn't clear how until more high-profile types disappeared. They weren't dead, just part of a deadly little game... more...

  • The Secret Loversby John Freely; Charles McCarry

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2013; US$ 11.99

    Early one morning in West Berlin, a nervous courier delivers the handwritten manuscript of a dissident Russian novel to agent Paul Christopher; minutes later the courier's spine is snapped by an impact with a passing limousine. Meanwhile in Rome, Christopher's wife Cathy takes a lover in an attempt to stir her husband's stoicism.These two seemingly... more...

  • Legendsby Robert Littell

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2006; US$ 9.99

    Martin Odum, disgraced CIA field agent turned private detective in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, is struggling his way through a labyrinth of memories of past identities - 'legends' in CIA parlance. Is he really Martin Odum? Is he Dante Pippen, IRA explosives maven turned CIA agent? Or is he another legend? These men speak different languages, like different... more...

  • Young Philby: A Novelby Robert Littell

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2012; US$ 9.99

    One midnight in January in the early 1960s, the Russian freighter Domatova quietly slipped out of Beirut harbour. The ship had sailed with a single passenger on board: an Englishman named Harold Adrian Russell Philby, nicknamed Kim. He had fled the Lebanese capital with little more than the clothes on his back. The Englishman had used both hardcover... more...

  • The Last Supperby Charles McCarry

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2010; US$ 9.99

    On a rainy night in Paris, Paul Christopher's lover Molly Benson falls victim to a vehicular homicide minutes after Christopher boards a jet bound for Vietnam. To explain this senseless murder, The Last Supper goes back not only to the earliest days of Christopher's life, but also to the origins of the CIA. Moving seamlessly from tales of refugee smuggling... more...