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Espionage

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  • The Short And Bloody History Of Spiesby John Farman

    RHCP 2012; US$ 6.38

    Listen carefully, I shall say this only once.' John Farman has been doing some espionage of his own and has uncovered the secrets that they teach spies for their own survival. This top security information will separate the rats from the moles. Spying is an ancient profession, and there have been some very exotic characters to exercise this art.... more...

  • Spies and Commissarsby Robert Service

    Pan Macmillan 2011; US$ 15.44

    In the immediate aftermath of the Revolution, the Western powers were anxious to prevent the spread of Bolshevism across Europe. Lenin and Trotsky were equally anxious that the Communist vision they were busy introducing in Russia should do just that. But neither side knew anything about the other. The revolution and Russia?s withdrawal from the First... more...

  • Spies for Hireby Tim Shorrock

    Simon & Schuster 2008; US$ 16.00

    In Spies for Hire , investigative reporter Tim Shorrock lifts the veil off a major story the government doesn't want us to know about -- the massive outsourcing of top secret intelligence activities to private-sector contractors. Running spy networks overseas. Tracking down terrorists in the Middle East. Interrogating enemy prisoners. Analyzing... more...

  • Spy Dustby Antonio Mendez; Jonna Mendez; Bruce Henderson

    Atria Books 2003; US$ 21.95

    From the author of the Golden Globe winner and Oscar nominated Argo , a true-life thriller set against the backdrop of the Cold War, which unveils the life of an American spy from the inside and dramatically reveals how the CIA reestablished the upper hand over the KGB in the intelligence war. From the author of the Golden Globe winner and Academy... more...

  • The Spy with 29 Namesby Jason Webster

    Random House 2014; US$ 14.38

    He fought on both sides in the Spanish Civil War. He was awarded the Iron Cross by Hitler and an MBE by Britain. To MI5 he was known as Garbo. To the Abwehr, he was Alaric. He also went by Rags the Indian Poet, Mrs Gerbers, Stanley the Welsh Nationalist ? and 24 other names. He tricked Hitler over D-Day. He was the greatest double agent in history.... more...

  • Spymasterby Martin Pearce

    Transworld 2016; US$ 31.98

    The extraordinary story of the most highly decorated British spymaster of the Cold War, Sir Maurice Oldfield. Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (commonly known as the SIS or MI6), he was the first Chief to be named and pictured in the press, and often alleged by them to be the model for the screen versions of both Ian Fleming?s M and John Le... more...

  • Stalin's Man in Canadaby David Levy

    Enigma Books 2011; US$ 24.00

    First book about key Soviet spy and Canadian communist. Fred Rose was deeply involved in atomic espionage. more...

  • Ten-Thirty-Threeby Nicholas Davies

    Mainstream Publishing 2011; US$ 11.18

    This explosive book reveals the conspiracy between British Military Intelligence and the gunman of the UDA who targeted and killed both Republican terrorists and ordinary Catholics. The secret partnership was sanctioned at the highest level of the British government and full details of planned operations, including killings, were passed directly... more...

  • Treacheryby Chapman Pincher

    Mainstream Publishing 2011; US$ 23.98

    In Treachery , noted intelligence authority Chapman Pincher makes a compelling case that Roger Hollis, head of MI5 from 1956 to 1965, was himself a double agent, acting to undermine and imperil the UK and America. Myriad intriguing case histories are portrayed, including that of Lt Igor Gouzenko, a Red Army cipher clerk whose 1945 disclosure... more...

  • The UN Gangby Pedro Sanjuan

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2005; US$ 24.95

    On the day Pedro Sanjuan moved into his new office at the UN Secretariat in 1984, he had the foresight to unscrew his telephone receiver. Out fell a little packet of high-grade cocaine. When he confronted the undersecretary to the chief Soviet diplomat?really a KGB colonel and the top Russian spy?the agent laughed good-naturedly and congratulated him... more...