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Espionage

  • The Spy with 29 Namesby Jason Webster

    Random House 2014; US$ 24.68

    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...

  • A Spy Among Friendsby Ben Macintyre

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2014; US$ 19.99

    Kim Philby was the most notorious British defector and Soviet mole in history. Agent, double agent, traitor and enigma, he betrayed every secret of Allied operations to the Russians in the early years of the Cold War. Philby's two closest friends in the intelligence world, Nicholas Elliott of MI6 and James Jesus Angleton, the CIA intelligence... more...

  • The Snowden Filesby Luke Harding

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2014; US$ 14.95

    IT BEGAN WITH A TANTALIZING, ANONYMOUS EMAIL: ?I AM A SENIOR MEMBER OF THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.?   What followed was the most spectacular intelligence breach ever, brought about by one extraordinary man. Edward Snowden was a 29-year-old computer genius working for the National Security Agency when he shocked the world by exposing the near-universal... more...

  • A Thorn In Their Sideby Robert Green

    John Blake 2013; US$ 8.99

    In 1984, at the age of 78, world-renowned rose grower Hilda Murrell was found brutally murdered in the Shropshire countryside. She had just gained approval to testify on the unsolved problems of radioactive waste at the first British planning inquiry into a new nuclear power plant at Sizewell, Suffolk. The police theory that a lone, panicking burglar... more...

  • The Second Oldest Professionby Phillip Knightley

    Random House 2013; US$ 26.15

    The spy is as old as history but spy services are quite new. Britain founded the first, Her Majesty's Secret Intelligence Service, in dubious circumstances in 1909. Others followed until no country considered itself a nation unless it had a corps of spies. The biggest and most expensive is America's Central Intelligence Agency, the CIA,... more...

  • White House Call Girlby Phil Stanford

    Feral House 2013; US$ 9.99

    Here is the secretive back story of Watergate, involving mobsters, prostitutes and intelligence agencies. more...

  • Bayou of Pigsby Stewart Bell

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; US$ 13.99

    A remarkable tale of greed, treachery and deceit in one of the most outlandish criminal stunts ever conceived: the theft of a nation In 1981, a small but heavily armed force of misfits from Canada and the United States set off on a preposterous mission: invade an impoverished Caribbean country, overthrow its government in a coup d'etat, install... more...

  • The Spy Who Lovedby Clare Mulley

    St. Martin's Press 2013; US$ 27.99

    The Untold Story of Britain?s First Female Special Agent of World War II   In June 1952, a woman was murdered by an obsessed colleague in a hotel in the South Kensington district of London. Her name was Christine Granville. That she died young was perhaps unsurprising; that she had survived the Second World War was remarkable.   The daughter... more...

  • Most Secret and Confidentialby Steven Maffeo

    Naval Institute Press 2013; US$ 24.95

    In today's world of satellites and electronic spying it is hard to appreciate the difficulties involved two centuries ago in collecting and disseminating secret intelligence in a time of war. This book provides a close-up look at the ingenious methods used to obtain and analyze secret material and deliver it to operational forces at sea during the... more...

  • 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...