By Robert Wallace, H. Keith Melton, Henry R. Schlesinger
During this the 1st e-book ever written concerning the CIA's place of work of Technical carrier, former director Robert Wallace (a real-life Q, immediately out of the James Bond movies) and the world over well known intelligence historian H. Keith Melton supply an unheard of examine the CIA's such a lot secretive operations and the units that made them attainable. opposed to a backdrop of geopolitical tensions- together with the chilly warfare, the Cuban Missile difficulty, and the present struggle on Terror-the authors convey how the CIA contains out its missions utilizing amazingly artistic instruments. Illustrated with photographs by no means sooner than obvious by way of the public-and that includes every thing from micro cameras to stressed kitties to exploding pancakes-Spycraft is either a stupendous encyclopedia of gadgetry and a revealing primer at the basics of high-tech espionage.
By Michael Moorcock
Meet undercover agent, Jerry Cornell: the polar contrary if an excellent sleuth.
Jerry is often cautious to settle on a case that may remedy itself so he can spend so much of his agency's time in mattress with a gorgeous lady. yet his good fortune runs out whilst he by accident takes at the the project code-named 'Devil Rider'.
The Russian Intelligence is the hilarious sequel to The chinese language Agent.
By Arthur S. Hulnick
With the top of the chilly conflict and the dawning of a brand new century, the U.S. intelligence procedure faces new demanding situations and threats. The procedure has suffered from penetration via international brokers, cutbacks in assets, severe mistakes in judgment, and what seems to be undesirable administration; still, it continues to be one of many key parts of America's strategic safeguard. Hulnick means that issues aren't as undesirable as they appear, that America's intelligence process in all fairness organized to accommodate the various threats to nationwide safeguard. He examines some of the capabilities of intelligence from intelligence accumulating and espionage to the arcane fields of study, spy-catching, mystery operations, or even the enterprise of company espionage.
By Ken Follett
His identify was once Feliks. He got here to London to devote a homicide that may switch historical past. A grasp manipulator, he had many guns at his command, yet opposed to him have been ranged the complete of the English police, an excellent and strong lord, and the younger Winston Churchill himself...
By Eric Van Lustbader
The guy Jason Bourne fishes out of the freezing sea is close to dying, half-drowned and bleeding profusely from a gunshot wound. He awakens without reminiscence of who he's or why he was once shot-and Bourne is eerily reminded of his personal amnesia. Then Bourne discovers that the Mossad agent named Rebeka is so decided to discover this injured guy that she has long past off the grid, reduce her ties to her corporation, and is now being stalked by means of Mossad's so much feared killer. Do the solutions to those mysteries lie again in southeast Lebanon, in a mystery encampment to which Bourne and Rebeka escaped following a firefight weeks ago?
The advanced path hyperlinks to the challenge given to Treadstone administrators Peter Marks and Soraya Moore: locate the semi-mythic terrorist murderer often called Nicodemo.
In the process Bourne's determined, lethal look for a mystery that may adjust the way forward for the full global, he'll adventure either triumph and loss, and his lifestyles is simply not the same.
Now every thing activates the amnesiac. Bourne needs to research his identification and goal ahead of either he and Rebeka are killed. From Stockholm to Washington, D.C., from Mexico urban to Beijing, the net of lies and betrayals extends right into a around the globe conspiracy of enormous proportions.
By W. E. B. Griffin
In 1943, Argentina Marine pilot-turned- agent Cletus Frade is establishing an OSS-operated airline. yet prior to Frade can get airborne, interwoven German operations has to be grounded. And for Frade-whose father was once killed via the Nazis-the venture is ready to get own.
By Robert Littell
While Lemuel Falk first arrives from the Soviet Union to soak up a traveling professorship on the Institute for complex Interdisciplinary Chaos-Related experiences in upstate ny, he expects to find a land the place streets are paved with Sony Walkmans. as an alternative, he encounters a stunning woman barber who cadges luxurious goods from the grocer, nation soldiers maintaining the development of a nuclear waste unload, and a serial assassin whose sufferers express completely no reference to one another. Drawn in to those issues--at first helplessly after which with extra determination--the beleaguered Russian is in a position eventually to confront and take care of his personal previous. Quirky characters and linguistic byplay insure the book's attract refined readers.
By John Le Carré
"It's the oldest query of all, George. Who can secret agent at the spies?"
the guy he knew as "Control" is useless, and the younger Turks who compelled him out now run the Circus. yet George Smiley isn't rather prepared for retirement- particularly while a good looking, would-be defector surfaces with a surprising accusation: a Soviet mole has penetrated the top point of British Intelligence. depending merely on his wits and a small, unswerving cadre, Smiley lines the breach again to Karla-his Moscow Centre nemesis-and units a catch to seize the traitor.
the 1st novel in John le Carré's celebrated Karla trilogy, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is a heart-stopping story of overseas intrigue.
With an advent by means of the writer.
By Jefferson Mack
Operating a hoop of spies isn't any project very unlikely with this tell-all primer. discover the secrets and techniques of the world's top spies and peep into the genuine international of a Bangkok madam-turned-secret agent, Aldrich Ames, U.S. Embassy guards, Kim Philby and garden-variety company spies. tips on how to get the products at the undesirable men.
By Dan Raviv, Yossi Melman
SPIES opposed to ARMAGEDDON is a strong, bright historical past of Israel's intelligence providers -- led by means of the revered and feared Mossad -- from the country's independence in 1948, correct as much as the present center East crises. bankruptcy 1 is titled "Stopping Iran," excited by nuclear threats, after which readers are taken during the complete heritage. The authors wrote a countrywide top vendor, each undercover agent A PRINCE, approximately Israeli intelligence, in 1990. This non-fiction -- which reads like a mystery -- brings us to the harmful demanding situations and leading edge ideas of this day. Best-selling undercover agent novelist Daniel Silva writes: "Buyer watch out: when you crack the canopy of Spies opposed to Armageddon, you won't have the capacity to placed it down. it truly is even more than just the main authoritative publication ever written approximately Israeli intelligence. it truly is storytelling and drama of the top order."