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  • Secret Weaponsby Cheryl Hersha; Lynn Hersha; Dale Griffis; Ted Schwarz

    New Horizon Press 2013; US$ 25.95

    As children, two sisters became pawns in a top secret government program to train guerrilla leaders, assassins and information couriers: secret weapons for American intelligence services. Years passed; the sisters grew up, married and had children. But inside lay dormant, hidden skills - weapons training, reconnaissance work, pilot training and more... more...

  • National Security Intelligenceby Loch Johnson

    Wiley 2013; US$ 24.95

    National security intelligence is a vast, complicated, and important topic, made doubly hard for citizens to understand because of the thick veils of secrecy that surround it. This definitive introduction to the field guides readers skilfully through this hidden side of government. It not only explains the three primary missions of intelligence -... more...

  • Personnel Selection and Classificationby Michael G. Rumsey; Clinton B. Walker; James H. Harris

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 115.00

    Bringing together several key elements needed to identify the most promising themes for future research in selection and classification, this book's underlying aim is to improve job performance by selecting the right persons and matching them most effectively with the right jobs. An emphasis is placed on current, innovative research approaches which... more...

  • Cash for Honoursby Andrew Cook

    The History Press 2013; US$ 27.69

    This book reveals the true story of Maundy Gregory, the man responsible for 'An Insult to the Crown'. It reveals the names of the individuals who purchased titles and influence from Lloyd George. Gregory's unearthed documents reveal the identities of those who purchased titles from him and the Prime Ministers and Chief Whips for whom he worked. It... more...

  • Die Kunst der Führungby Thomas Kell

    Springer 2005; US$ 49.99

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  • Spymistressby William Stevenson

    Arcade Publishing 2011; US$ 14.95

    She was beautiful. She was ruthless. She had a steel trap for a mind and a will of iron. Born Vera Maria Rosenberg in Bucharest, she became Vera Atkins, legendary spy and holder of the Legion of Honor. Recruited by William Stevenson?the spymaster who would later come to be known as ?Intrepid??when she was only twenty-three, Vera spent much of the... more...

  • Spying in Americaby Michael J. Sulick

    Georgetown University Press 2012; US$ 19.95

    Can you keep a secret?. Maybe you can, but the United States government cannot. Since the birth of the country, nations large and small, from Russia and China to Ghana and Ecuador, have stolen the most precious secrets of the United States. Written by Michael Sulick, former director of CIA?s clandestine service, Spying in America presents a history... more...

  • No Sense Of Decencyby Robert Shogan

    Ivan R. Dee 2009; US$ 26.99

    With a journalist's eye for revealing detail, Robert Shogan traces the 1954 Army-McCarthy Senate hearings and analyzes television's impact on government. Despite McCarthy's fall, Mr. Shogan points out, the hearings left a major item of unfinished business?the issue of McCarthyism, the strategy based on fear, smear, and guilt by association. more...

  • Intelligence in an Insecure Worldby Peter Gill; Mark Phythian

    Wiley 2013; US$ 28.95

    Over a decade on from the terrorist attacks of 9/11, intelligence continues to be of central importance to the contemporary world. Today there is a growing awareness of the importance of intelligence, and an increasing investment in it, as individuals, groups, organizations and states all seek timely and actionable information in order to increase... more...

  • Confronting the Coloniesby Rory Cormac

    Oxford University Press, USA 2013; US$ 37.99

    Moving the debate beyond the place of tactical intelligence in counterinsurgency warfare, Confronting the Colonies considers the view from Whitehall, where the biggest decisions were made. It reveals the evolving impact of strategic intelligence upon government understandings of, and policy responses to, insurgent threats. Confronting the Colonies... more...