The Spy

Author: James Fenimore Cooper
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Fixing The Spy Machine

Author: Arthur S. Hulnick
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780275966539
Size: 51.57 MB
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A post Cold War look at the U.S. intelligence system that examines the arcane world of spying, the intricacies of intelligence analysis, the positive and negative aspects of secret operations, and defenses against terrorism and industrial espionage.

Harriet The Spy

Author: Louise Fitzhugh
Publisher: Yearling
ISBN: 0307420965
Size: 21.70 MB
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Harriet M. Welsch is a spy. In her notebook, she writes down everything she knows about everyone, even her classmates and her best friends. Then Harriet loses track of her notebook, and it ends up in the wrong hands. Before she can stop them, her friends have read the always truthful, sometimes awful things she’s written about each of them. Will Harriet find a way to put her life and her friendships back together?

The Spy Of The Rebellion

Author: Allan Pinkerton
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803287228
Size: 76.86 MB
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Details the role of the Secret Service in the American Civil War

The Boxer And The Spy

Author: Robert B. Parker
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101077924
Size: 50.65 MB
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When a shy high school student's body is found washed up on the shore of a quiet beach town - an apparent suicide - Terry Novak doesn't know what to think. He decides to do some investigating with the help of his best friend, Abby. Before long, they learn that asking questions puts them in grave danger. Fortunately, Terry has been learning about fighting, thanks to a retired boxer, who teaches him to use his head and keep his feet set beneath him - lessons Terry takes to heart in more ways than one. Robert B. Parker delivers a taut, empowering mystery for teen readers.

The Spy Who Knew Too Much

Author: Elliot Goldenberg
Publisher: SP Books
ISBN: 9781561712304
Size: 45.72 MB
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An account of the persecution of Jonathan Pollard by the U.S. government describes how the U.S. intelligence official was accused of spying for the State of Israel and imprisoned for life with no access to the press. Original.

The Spy Who Came In From The Cold

Author: John le Carre
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743442539
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Secret agent Leamas is on a mission in East Berlin, but he has doubts about the organization he serves.

The Spy

Author: Clive Cussler
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0718159640
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The Spy is the third of Clive Cussler's brilliant historical thrillers. 1908, and American engineering geniuses are being killed off one by one . . . When a brilliant battleship gun engineer commits suicide, his disbelieving family turn to legendary Van Dorn Detective Agency. Quickly on the case, Isaac Bell establishes that the clues point not to suicide, but murder. So when further deaths connected to a top-secret project follow, Bell realizes that this is sabotage. With the world plunging towards war, it's clearly a spy at large. But which of the many foreign agents he has encountered is responsible? Or is there a more sinister explanation? In a blistering story featuring dreadnaught battleships and railroards, criminal gangs and beautiful women, The Spy is a breathtaking thriller that just happens to have at stake the fate of the world. Bestseller Clive Cussler - author of the Dirk Pitt novels Arctic Drift and Crescent Dawn - and co-author Justin Scott place hero Isaac Bell at the centre of a mysterious espionage conspiracy in the third novel of historical thriller series The Isaac Bell Adventures, The Spy. Praise for Clive Cussler: 'Cussler is hard to beat' Daily Mail 'The guy I read' Tom Clancy

The Spy

Author: Marc Eden
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1590773284
Size: 16.44 MB
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Time: World War II Place: England – the summer’s heat wave, 1944 Young widow and mother Valerie Sinclair is a candidate for British Naval Intelligence when she is handpicked for a treacherous assignment and personally approved by Winston Churchill because of the unique way her mind works. After a brutal training program and an elaborate scheme to hide her true identity, she will meet the challenge of her life on Operation GOLDILOCKS, an ultra-secret mission scheduled for launch behind German lines, into Occupied France. Transformed by surgery, and disguised as a French schoolgirl, the purpose of Valerie’s mission will be to effectively transfer the secrets of the first Atomic Bomb from German labs, via German and British banking partners, for the postwar benefit of the London Financial District. To succeed she must avoid a faceless pursuer. Fitting his movements to hers like a hand to a glove, is The Spy, the eerie mysterious figure who haunts her dreams. Moving with relentless resolve, The Spy becomes an uncanny part of the weavings in this startling revelation of international intrigue. Based on the memoirs of the real life British espionage agent Valerie Sinclair, this is the story of a war for information that affects the national prosperity of England and the United States for years to come.

The Spy Worker

Author: John M. Makie
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469115263
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Petty Officer John G. Makie of the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve did not realize what he was getting into in the summer of 1942, when he gave an oath at Camp X under the Canadian Secrets Act of 1939. He was only seventeen years old and determined to defend the freedom of Canada. He did so, in the most extraordinary way. He was special agent number 034, of the secret service group - under water demolition squadron. These secret agents were very highly trained commandos, who came from Canada, Britain, and Australia. These fearless men were scuba divers trained in small arms and hand-to-hand combat. They entered enemy occupied countries by the sea, carried out acts of sabotage and clandestine warfare. Then, they quickly disappeared into the night, back to the sea. These men had no name or rank, just mission after mission in Russia, Norway, Sweden, and France. This brave group of men, personally encouraged by Sir Winston Churchill, Sir William Stephenson, and Lord Louis Mountbatten set out to set Europe ablaze. When the war was over in Europe they set out to mop up Burma and Hong Kong. Yet no record of fallen buddies can be found. The year 1996 marks the end of the fifty-year gag order by oath and with it, the truth is finally set free. The Spy Worker reveals secrets of a time long, long agoall accounted by the lone survivor, now in his eighties which are finally free to share with friends and family. After many therapeutic sessions over the last ten years, events of this forgotten group are starting to surface. Although there are no records of their missions or medals of valor ever rewarded, The Spy Worker pays tribute to the unsung heroes of war in remembering their notable acts of bravery.