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A Convenient Spy: Wen Ho Lee and the Politics of Nuclear Espionage
Stober, Dan; Hoffman, Ian
ISBN: 0743223780
Simon & Schuster Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A. 2002 
 Hard Cover New book, some shelf wear to jacket, 384 pages. This book examines the Wen Ho Lee espionage case, an astonishingly inept investigation of a crime that may never have taken place, ending in a national disgrace. After being indicted on 59 counts of stealing America's nuclear secrets, he was released with an unusual and emotional apology from a federal judge. In this stormy confluence of intelligence and politics, Lee became a convenient spy, but was he guilty?  Very Good/Good
Price: $18.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000462  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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A Convenient Spy: Wen Ho Lee and the Politics of Nuclear Espionage
Stober, Dan; Hoffman, Ian
ISBN: 0743223780
Simon & Schuster Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A. 2002 
 Hard Cover New book, some shelf wear to jacket, 384 pages. This book examines the Wen Ho Lee espionage case, an astonishingly inept investigation of a crime that may never have taken place, ending in a national disgrace. After being indicted on 59 counts of stealing America's nuclear secrets, he was released with an unusual and emotional apology from a federal judge. In this stormy confluence of intelligence and politics, Lee became a convenient spy, but was he guilty?  Very Good/Good
Price: $18.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000466  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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A Convenient Spy: Wen Ho Lee and the Politics of Nuclear Espionage
Stober, Dan; Hoffman, Ian
ISBN: 0743223780
Simon & Schuster Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A. 2002 
 Hard Cover New book, some shelf wear to jacket, 384 pages. This book examines the Wen Ho Lee espionage case, an astonishingly inept investigation of a crime that may never have taken place, ending in a national disgrace. After being indicted on 59 counts of stealing America's nuclear secrets, he was released with an unusual and emotional apology from a federal judge. In this stormy confluence of intelligence and politics, Lee became a convenient spy, but was he guilty?  Very Good/Good
Price: $18.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000962  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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A Convenient Spy: Wen Ho Lee and the Politics of Nuclear Espionage
Stober, Dan; Hoffman, Ian
ISBN: 0743223780
Simon & Schuster Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A. 2002 
 Hard Cover New book, some shelf wear to jacket, 384 pages. This book examines the Wen Ho Lee espionage case, an astonishingly inept investigation of a crime that may never have taken place, ending in a national disgrace. After being indicted on 59 counts of stealing America's nuclear secrets, he was released with an unusual and emotional apology from a federal judge. In this stormy confluence of intelligence and politics, Lee became a convenient spy, but was he guilty?  Very Good/Good
Price: $18.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000961  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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A Spy's Journey: A Cia Memoir
Paseman, Floyd
ISBN: 0760320667
Zenith Pr Osceola, Wisconsin, U.S.A. 2004 
 Hard Cover New book, 315 pages. In this book, CIA veteran Floyd Paseman reveals his fascinating career in Cold War covert operations in Asia and Europe from the 1960's to the present. Dedicated and determined, Paserman mastered espionage methods and foreign languages, he quickly rose from field spy to division chief and became a fixture in the top ranks of the Operations Directorate of the CIA. His story mixes real-life derring-do as a spy in the field with his observations on the sweeping and often negative changes that came with each new presidential administration.   As New/As New
Price: $28.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 001157  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Agent Zigzag: The Most Notorious Double Agent of World War II
Macintyre, Ben
ISBN: 9781408894842
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC  2007 
 Soft Cover New book, 372 pages. One December night in 1942, a Nazi parachutist landed in a Cambridgeshire field. His mission: to sabotage the British war effort. His name was Eddie Chapman, but he would shortly become MI5's Agent Zigzag. Dashing and louche, courageous and unpredictable, the traitor was a patriot inside, and the villain a hero. The problem for Chapman, his many lovers and his spymasters was knowing who he was. Ben Macintyre weaves together diaries, letters, photographs, memories and top-secret MI5 files to create the exhilarating account of Britain's most sensational double agent.   As New
Price: $22.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 009079  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Curveball: America Was Determined to go to War, Curveball had the Information They Needed, One Problem... He Was Lying
Drogin, Bob
ISBN: 9780091923020
Ebury Press  2007 
 Soft Cover New book, 330 pages. 'Curevball' was the codename given to the mysterious defector whose first-hand 'evidence' on Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons programme would ultimately prove vital in the Bush administration's attempts to justify the invasion of Iraq. The only problem being that his evidence was nothing more than a pack of lies. Pulitzer prize winning journalist Bob Drogin, who broke the story to a shocked world, has written the definitive account of the most notorious intelligence fiasco in recent American history. Compelling and breathlessly paces, this book shows how squabbling, arrogance and incompetence within the various US intelligence agencies allowed Curveball's lies to spread higher and higher up the chain of authority, eventually reaching the White House itself.  Very Good
Price: $27.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 003125  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Dead Drop: The True Story of Oleg Penkovsky and the Cold War's Most Dangerous Operation
Duns, Jeremy
ISBN: 9781849839273
Simon & Schuster  2013 
 Hard Cover New book, 358 pages. In August 1960, a Soviet colonel called Oleg Penkovsky tried to make contact with the West. His first attempt was to approach two American students in Moscow. He handed them a bulky envelope and pleaded with them to deliver it to the American embassy. Inside was an offer to work as a 'soldier-warrior' for the free world. MI6 and the CIA ran Penkovsky jointly, in an operation that ran through the showdown over Berlin and the Cuban Missile Crisis. He provided crucial intelligence, including photographs of rocket manuals that helped Kennedy end the Cuba crisis and avert a war. Codenamed HERO, Penkovsky is widely seen as the most important spy of the Cold War, and the CIA-MI6 operation, run as the world stood on the brink of nuclear destruction, has never been bettered. But how exactly did the Russians detect Penkovsky, and why did they let him continue his contact with his handlers for months afterwards? Could it be that the whole Cuban Missile Crisis was part of a Soviet deception operation - and has another betrayal hidden in plain sight all these years? Thrilling, evocative and hugely controversial, Dead Drop blows apart the myths surrounding one of the Cold War's greatest spy operations.  As New/As New
Price: $24.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 008323  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Defending the Realm : MI5 and the Shayler Affair
Hollingsworth, Mark; Fielding, Nick
ISBN: 0233996672
Andre Deutsch  2000 
 Hard Cover New book, some shelf wear to cover. 310 pages. This book provides a rare glimpse into the the secret world of MI5. Packed with new anectdotes and information, this is an up-to-date insight into how officers are recruited, the running of agents, MI5 surveillance operations, how applicants are vetted for sensitive jobs, the secret files of the Registry, the endemic drinking culture and the peculiar obsession with bureaucracy. MI5 is running out of threats to national security. Faced with being frozen out of existence, it has desperately sought out new targets - like organised crime - areas normally reserved for the police. As MI5 is not a law-enforcement agency, the authors ask the ultimate question: do we still need to Security Service in its present form?  As New/Very Good
Price: $19.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000913  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Defending the Realm : MI5 and the Shayler Affair
Hollingsworth, Mark; Fielding, Nick
ISBN: 0233996672
Andre Deutsch  2000 
 Hard Cover New book, scratch across front cover. 310 pages. This book provides a rare glimpse into the the secret world of MI5. Packed with new anectdotes and information, this is an up-to-date insight into how officers are recruited, the running of agents, MI5 surveillance operations, how applicants are vetted for sensitive jobs, the secret files of the Registry, the endemic drinking culture and the peculiar obsession with bureaucracy. MI5 is running out of threats to national security. Faced with being frozen out of existence, it has desperately sought out new targets - like organised crime - areas normally reserved for the police. As MI5 is not a law-enforcement agency, the authors ask the ultimate question: do we still need to Security Service in its present form?  As New/Fair
Price: $14.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000912  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Directorate S : The C.I.A. and America's Secret Wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan, 2001-2016
Coll, Steve
ISBN: 9780241337356
Allen Lane  2018 
 Soft Cover New book, 757 pages. From the Pulitzer Prize winning of the acclaimed Ghost Wars, this is the full story of America's grim involvement in the affairs of Afghanistan from 2001 to 2016. In the wake of the terrible shock of 9/11, the C.I.A. scrambled to work out how to destroy Bin Laden and his associates. The C.I.A. had long familiarity with Afghanistan and had worked closely with the Taliban to defeat the Soviet Union there. A tangle of assumptions, old contacts, favours and animosities were now reactivated. Superficially the invasion was quick and efficient, but Bin Laden's successful escape, together with that of much of the Taliban leadership, and a catastrophic failure to define the limits of NATO's mission in a tough, impoverished country the size of Texas, created a quagmire which lasted many years. At the heart of the problem lay 'Directorate S', a highly secretive arm of the Pakistan state which had its own views on the Taliban and Afghanistan's place in a wider competition for influence between Pakistan, India and China, and which assumed that the U.S.A. and its allies would soon be leaving. Steve Coll's remarkable new book tells a powerful, bitter story of just how badly foreign policy decisions can go wrong and of many lives lost.  As New
Price: $24.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 009393  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies
Macintyre, Ben
ISBN: 9781408830628
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC  2012 
 Soft Cover New book, 417 pages. D-Day, 6 June 1944, the turning point of the Second World War, was a victory of arms. But it was also a triumph for a different kind of operation: one of deceit...At the heart of the deception was the 'Double Cross System', a team of double agents whose bravery, treachery, greed and inspiration succeeded in convincing the Nazis that Calais and Norway, not Normandy, were the targets of the 150,000-strong Allied invasion force. These were not conventional warriors, but their masterpiece of deceit saved thousands of lives. Their codenames were Bronx, Brutus, Treasure, Tricycle and Garbo. This is their story.  As New
Price: $12.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 007905  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies
Macintyre, Ben
ISBN: 9781408830628
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC  2012 
 Soft Cover New book, 417 pages. D-Day, 6 June 1944, the turning point of the Second World War, was a victory of arms. But it was also a triumph for a different kind of operation: one of deceit...At the heart of the deception was the 'Double Cross System', a team of double agents whose bravery, treachery, greed and inspiration succeeded in convincing the Nazis that Calais and Norway, not Normandy, were the targets of the 150,000-strong Allied invasion force. These were not conventional warriors, but their masterpiece of deceit saved thousands of lives. Their codenames were Bronx, Brutus, Treasure, Tricycle and Garbo. This is their story.  As New
Price: $12.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 009078  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Espionage's Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of Malicious Moles, Blown Covers, and Intelligence Oddities
Mahl, Tom E.
ISBN: 1578661587
Galahad Books New York, New York, U.S.A. 2006 
 Hard Cover New book, 300 pages.This book chronicles the good, bad, and the ugly of the world of espionage. It lists include the top ten intelligence agencies, real spy gadgets, code-breaking coups, covert operation blunders, colorful dirty tricks, and much more. History buffs and espionage enthusiasts will enjoy this irreverent but illuminating look at the world of spies and intelligence.  As New/As New
Price: $12.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 002683  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Espionage: Spies and Secrets
Bennett, Richard M.
ISBN: 0753508303
Virgin Pub United Kingdom 2003 
 Soft Cover New book, some shelf wear to cover. 418 pages, 40 photos. This book contains over 500 entries covering every aspect of modern-day intelligence gathering and counter-terrorism, details of individual spies, politicians, and diplomats. With profiles of the key historical events and scandals from the history of spying, this book is the ultimate guide for anyone with an interest in this subject.  Very Good
Price: $18.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000365  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Espionage: Spies and Secrets
Bennett, Richard M.
ISBN: 0753508303
Virgin Pub United Kingdom 2003 
 Soft Cover New book, some shelf wear to cover. 418 pages, 40 photos. This book contains over 500 entries covering every aspect of modern-day intelligence gathering and counter-terrorism, details of individual spies, politicians, and diplomats. With profiles of the key historical events and scandals from the history of spying, this book is the ultimate guide for anyone with an interest in this subject.  Very Good
Price: $18.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000366  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Espionage: Spies and Secrets
Bennett, Richard M.
ISBN: 0753508303
Virgin Pub United Kingdom 2003 
 Soft Cover New book, some shelf wear to cover. 418 pages, 40 photos. This book contains over 500 entries covering every aspect of modern-day intelligence gathering and counter-terrorism, details of individual spies, politicians, and diplomats. With profiles of the key historical events and scandals from the history of spying, this book is the ultimate guide for anyone with an interest in this subject.  Very Good
Price: $18.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000203  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Into the Mirror: The Life of Master Spy Robert P. Hanssen
Schiller, Lawrence
ISBN: 0732275997
Harper Collins New York, USA 2002 
 Soft Cover New book, 317 pages. This is the shocking story of FBI Special Agent Robert P. Hanssen, the master spy who singlehandedly created the greatest breach of security in the history of the United States. On 18 Feburary 2001, the FBI finally arrested Hanssen and charged him with selling top-secret information to the Russians over a period of more than 20 years. This book investigates the man who for twenty two years was a loving husband, a devoted father of six, a deeply devout Catholic, a passionate anti-communist, a dedicated FBI agent - and a traitor the likes of which the United States has never seen before.  As New
Price: $15.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000770  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Iron Maze: The Western Secret Services and the Bolsheviks
Brook-Shepherd, Gordon
ISBN: 033036877X
Pan Books Ltd United Kingdom 1999 
 Soft Cover New book, some shelf wear to cover. 402 pages, 23 photos. This books details the previously untold story of the struggle of the Allied secret services to topple the Bolshevik regime during Lenins first years of power, using unprecedented access to the British, French, American and Russian archives.  Very Good
Price: $12.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000290  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Iron Maze: The Western Secret Services and the Bolsheviks
Brook-Shepherd, Gordon
ISBN: 033036877X
Pan Books Ltd United Kingdom 1999 
 Soft Cover New book, some shelf wear to cover. 402 pages, 23 photos. This books details the previously untold story of the struggle of the Allied secret services to topple the Bolshevik regime during Lenins first years of power, using unprecedented access to the British, French, American and Russian archives.  Very Good
Price: $12.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000627  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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My Father the Spy: An Investigative Memoir
Richardson, John H.
ISBN: 9780060510367
Harper Perennial USA 2006 
 Soft Cover New book, 314 pages. As his father nears death in his retirement home in Mexico, Joh H. Richardson begins to unravel a life filled with drama and secrecy. John Sr. was a CIA "chief of station" on some of the hottest assignments of the Cold War, from the back alleys of occupied Vienna to the jungles of the Phillipines - and especially Saigon, where he became a pivotal player in the turning point of the Vietnam War: the overthrow of South Vietnamese president Ngo Dinh Diem. As John Jr. and his sister came of age in exotic psotings across the world, they struggled to accommodate themselves to their driven, distant father, and their conflict opens a window on the tumult of the sixties and Vietnam.   As New
Price: $17.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 002197  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Operation Solo: FBI's Man in the Kremlin
Barron, John
ISBN: 0709060165
Robert Hale Ltd London, United Kingdom 1997 
 Hard Cover New book, some shelf wear. 368 pages. This book recounts arguably the greatest spy story of the twentieth century. For 27 years, Morris Childs, code-named 'Agent 58', provided the U.S. with the Kremlins innermost secrets. Repeatedly risking his life, 'Agent 58' made 52 clandestine missions into the Soviet Union, China, Eastern Europe, and Cuba.  As New/Good
Price: $16.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 000258  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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Special Agent : My Life on the Front Lines of the FBI
DeLong, Candice; Petrini, Elisa
ISBN: 0747232482
Headline Publishing  2001 
 Hard Cover New book, 303 pages. Special Agent Candice DeLong's twenty year career in the FBI has seen her working on some of the toughest, high stakes criminal investigations in the USA. She was one of only three agents hand picked to carry out the manhunt for the Unabomber in Montana; she has trailed terrorists and helped track some of the America's most notorious killers. Hers is an extraordinary and unique story - of drama and sanger on the front lines of law enforcement, of the art and science of criminal profiling, and of the challenge of maintaining courage, wise-cracking humour, and grace under fire. It is the first career memoir ever written by a female Special Agent of the FBI.  As New/Good
Price: $24.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 003927  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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The Enemy within: A History of Espionage
Crowdy, Terry
ISBN: 1841769339
Osprey Pub Co  2006 
 Hard Cover New book, 368 pages. This book traces the history of Espionage from its development in Ancient times through to the end of the Cold War and beyond, shedding light on the clandestine activities that have so often tipped the balance in times of war. This detailed account delves into the murky realm of the spymasters and their spies, revealing many amazing and often bizarre stories along the way. From the 'poisoned damsels' of ancient india, to the infiltration of the IRA in the 20th century, this journey through more than 3000 years of the history of espionage shows us that be they thrill seekers or madmen, fanatics or tricksters, no two spies are alike and their fascinating stories are fraught with danger and intrigue.  As New/As New
Price: $41.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 001322  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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The Main Enemy: The Secret Story of the CIA's Bloodiest Battle
Bearden, Milton; Risen, James
ISBN: 0712681515
Century Publishing Co Ltd London, United Kingdom 2003 
 Hard Cover New book, 560 pages. For half a century, the US and the Soviet Union stood locked in a deadly dance, each shadowing the others moves, anticipating the next feint, meticulously plotting assaults and subversions that spanned the globe from Hong Kong to Kabul, Moscow and Washington D.C. This book tells the inside story of the deadly battles between the CIA and KGB in the closing days of the Cold War, with the full co-operation of dozens of senior intelligence officials from both sides, through the eyes of the American and Russian spies who fought them, and above all through the eyes of Milt Beardon who masterminded the CIA operations.   As New/As New
Price: $17.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 001567  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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The Nine Lives of Otto Katz: The Remarkable True Story of a Communist Super-Spy
no author
ISBN: 9780593062302
Bantam Press  2010 
 Soft Cover New book, 366 pages. He was one of the most effective agents ever to work for Soviet Russia. For the first half of the twentieth century his fingerprints can be found on one world-changing event after another. But who was Otto Katz? To the FBI, he was 'an extremely dangerous man'. The British Secret Service wondered if he was the 'Director of all Communist policy in the West.' In Prague and Berlin he was a drinking companion with the likes of Franz Kafka and Bertolt Brecht. To Marlene Dietrich, he was one of her many lovers. But to others, Katz was a passionate anti-fascist who witnessed Hitler's rise to power and was among the first to alert the world to the Nazi threat. He was a staunch Communist, part of the Soviet infiltration of England during the period when the Cambridge spies were being recruited. In Hollywood, he was a playboy socialite, political mentor to director Fritz Lang and a star among stars. His example inspired the character of Victor Laszlo in Casablanca and Kurt Muller, the hero of the Academy Award Winning Watch on the Rhine. To Noel Coward, he was a potential double agent. In the Spanish Civil War, he did Stalin's dirty work. Years later, some even blamed him for the assassination of Trotsky. In a captivating detective story, Jonathan Miles goes in search of the real Otto Katz - a brilliant, daring charmer, a double-dealing man with an unquestionable taste for the finer things in life who, nonetheless, served one of history's darkest masters - Joseph Stalin. Using recently released FBI, MI5 and Czech files, Jonathan Miles has created an action-packed story of the life (or lives) of one of the world's most intriguing, influential and successful spies.  As New
Price: $26.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 006211  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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The Stasi Files: East Germany's Secret Operation Against Britian
Glees, Anthony
ISBN: 0743231058
Free Press Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A. 2004 
 Soft Cover New book, 461 pages. Relying on unique, genuine and previously unpublished archival material, and the fruit of five years painstaking research including interviews with those caught up in the Stasi's networks and those charged to counter them, this book gives a startling insight into how secret intelligence operations were planned and executed. Gripping and revelatory, it is a definitive account of Communist East Germany's spying in Britain.   As New
Price: $17.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 001694  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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The Stasi Files: East Germany's Secret Operation Against Britian
Glees, Anthony
ISBN: 0743231058
Free Press Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A. 2004 
 Soft Cover New book, 461 pages. Relying on unique, genuine and previously unpublished archival material, and the fruit of five years painstaking research including interviews with those caught up in the Stasi's networks and those charged to counter them, this book gives a startling insight into how secret intelligence operations were planned and executed. Gripping and revelatory, it is a definitive account of Communist East Germany's spying in Britain.   As New
Price: $17.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 001704  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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The Terminal Spy: The Life and Death of Alexander Litvinenko - A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal and Murder
Cowell, Alan
ISBN: 9780385614160
Doubleday  2008 
 Soft Cover New book, 426 pages. On 1 November 2006, Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB officer, sipped tea in the upmarket Millenuim Mayfair Hotel near the American Embassy in London - tea that had been spiked with a rare radioactive isotope called polonium-210. Twenty two days later, he was dead. The story behind his murder would be revealed as more baffling and labryinthine that any John Le Carre plot. Blending the pace of a thriller with original reportage and research, the Terminal Spy documents Litvinenko's life and death, the ensuing police investigation, the reaction from Vladimir Putin and others in Moscow, the Russian emigre set in London, and the implications of this case for nuclear prolification and international terrorism in the future. It is a shocking indictment of how contemptuous of the rule of law certain governments are and a chilling reminder of the power - in evert respect - of the New Russia.  As New
Price: $27.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 003483  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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To Be An FBI Special Agent
Holden, Henry M.; Holden, Henry
ISBN: 0760321183
Zenith Press Osceola, Wisconsin, U.S.A. 2005 
 Soft Cover New book, 159 pages, slight shelf wear to cover. Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity. This motto succinctly describes the motivating force behind the men and women of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI has the broadest mandate of all federal investigative agencies, covering every federal criminal violation that is not specifically assigned by Congress to another agency. This book details the application process, the training, and the realities of working for the FBI. For those committed to a career with the FBI, this book will explain exactly how to get there. For those who are simply curious, this is the one must have book on what it means to be an FBI Special Agent.  Very Good
Price: $27.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 002384  Bookseller: Viceroy Books
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