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    The gripping tale of Adam White's journey to uncover the truth behind the murder of the British Ambassador. A must-have for thriller fans.

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    The autobiography of the so-called ‘Ace of Spies’, the master of deception Ian Fleming would later use as a model for James Bond. The first part of the book is Reilly’s life as told from his person...

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    Colonel Richard Heslop, codenamed Xavier, was one of Britain’s greatest special operations agents in France, organising resistance groups to sabotage German operations from late 1942 right th...

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    1917, post-Russian Revolution, an unlikely band of British spies are smuggled into newly Soviet Russia to thwart Lenin's plan to destroy British rule in India. The spies, under Mansfield Cumming, were the unsung founders of the present-day MI6.

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    Recently declassified and published here for the first time, this fascinating document was never intended for circulation outside of government, and is of considerable historical significance.

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    The thrilling account of Britain's most ingenious spy.

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    The story of Snowden and the NSA that examines the far-reaching consequences of the US government's surveillance program, both in the US and abroad.

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    Puffs of smoke from a chimney, stacks of bread in a bakery window, even knitted woollen jumpers were all used to convey secret messages decipherable only by well-trained eyes. Melanie King retells the astonishing story of these and many other tricks of the espionage trade, now long forgotten, through the memoirs of eight spies.

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    ‘At every turn the gripping writing reminds you of a world of spies and betrayal that was so much a part of life in post-war Europe…Superb from start to finish.’ JEREMY VINE On 3 ...

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    This is the account of Kim Philby that MI6 didn't want you to read.

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    The true story of the investigative journalist, and the world he was part of.

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    The inside story of Edward Snowden, brought to you by award-winning Guardian journalist Luke Harding.

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    A secret Battle of Britain fought by imprisoned double-agent Arthur Owens

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    The latest in Biteback’s best-selling Dialogue Espionage Classics series of rediscovered spy masterpieces. reminiscent of The Thirty-Nine Steps.

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    Ideal accounts for the enthusiastic historian.

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    Captivating classics to keep you occupied this Christmas

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    An ex-US marine who has become one of America's most effective intelligence chiefs must gather what scant evidence there is and unmask The Preacher, a radical Islamic cleric, aided only by a brilliant teenaged hacker.

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    They lied to protect their country. He told the truth to save it. A gripping historical thriller from the bestselling author of FATHERLAND. January 1895. On a freezing morning in the heart of Paris...

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    He barely knew his father Johnnie yet no man is able to escape the shadows of the past. Harry Jones has already lost his seat in parliament, his reputation, his fortune. Now he must risk losing his girlfriend and even his own life to uncover the truth about his dead father.

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    In le Carré's breakthrough work of 1963, the spy story is reborn as a gritty and terrible tale of men who are caught up in politics beyond their imagining.

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    Commando is the first authoritative book on these formidable fighting forces of WWII for a general readership - out now in paperback.

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    The second book from bestseling author Sinclair Mckay on the history of Bletchley Park.

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    After ten years of research, a nefarious and critical missing piece of the history of WWII and the Soviet secret services is finally exposed to the light of day.

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    Undercover reveals the truth about secret police operations - the emotional turmoil, the psychological challenges and the human cost of a lifetime of deception - and asks whether such tactics can ever be justified.

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    The product of painstaking research and countless interviews, A High Price offers a nuanced, definitive historical account of Israel's bold but often failed efforts to fight terrorist groups.

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    The Watchers is a beautifully written, gripping account of the unflagging battle by spies, code-breakers, ambassadors and confidence-men to protect the queen. It was a reign that required endless watchfulness - of the coasts, of the Catholic seminaries, of Elizabeth's own subjects.

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    Somewhere deep inside the United States government is a closely guarded list. Members of Congress never get to see it-only the President and a secret team of advisers. Once your name is on the list, it doesn't come off…until you're dead. Someone has just added counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath's name.

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    What limits, if any, should be placed on a government's efforts to spy on its citizens in the interests of national security? Spying on foreigners has long been regarded as an unseemly but necessary enterprise. Spying on one's own citizens in a democracy, by contrast, has historically been subject to various forms of legal and political restraint.

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    A remarkable debut - a classic crime novel in the tradition of James and Rendell.

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    In June 1952, a woman was murdered by an obsessive colleague in a hotel in South Kensington. Her name was Christine Granville. That she died young was perhaps unsurprising, but that she had survive...

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    In 1961 George Blake was exposed as a Soviet spy – a traitor accused of endangering dozens of his fellow British agents. Yet, as Roger Hermiston reveals in this thrilling new biography, Blake's remarkable story touches not only the depths of treachery, but also the heights of heroism.

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    An extraordinary French Resistance wartime memoir, combining the best kind of adventure story with a coming of age testimony of unforgettable resonance and poignancy.

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    The true story of the man who inspired John Le Carré’s most famous character, and an amazing life story of an author and spy.

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    Originally published in 1954, Little Cyclone is a true story of extraordinary bravery, betrayal, tragedy and triumph; a World War Two classic republished in our acclaimed Dialogue series.

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    Today's intelligence community faces challenges that would have been inconceivable only a dozen years ago. Just as al-Qaeda's destruction of the Twin Towers heralded a revolution in global diplomacy, the events of 9/11 also threw two centuries of spy-craft into turmoil - because this new enemy could not be bought.

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    The Mossad is universally recognized today as the greatest and most secretive intelligence service in the world. Here, for the first time the veil is lifted by two Israeli authors.

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    Prize-winning investigative journalist Ian Cobain looks beyond the cover-ups and the attempts to dismiss brutality as the work of a few rogue interrogators, to reveal a secret and shocking record of torture

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    A fast-paced spy thriller set in 1950s London.

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    A former British diplomat draws dramatic links between the Cuban Missile Crisis and the death of JFK

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    The extraordinary true story of how MI6 orchestrated the coup that brought General Franco to power in Spain in 1936.

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    Love and espionage in 1970s Britain: a riveting new novel from the bestselling author of Atonement and Enduring Love

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    A true classic of espionage, Paul Dukes recounts his role in the British spy networks during the Red Terror

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    We know more about the twentieth-century history of Britain's secret intelligence services than ever before, but next to nothing about their Victorian antecedents. This book fills that gap.

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    For the first time, here is Compton Mackenzie’s memoir as it should have been told – uncensored, unrestricted and with no holds barred.

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    After ten years of research, a nefarious and critical missing piece of the history of WWII and the Soviet secret services is finally exposed to the light of day.

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    A completely unauthorised history of Britain's external intelligence community, 'Six' tells the complete story of the service's birth and early years.

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    Mitch Rapp's cover has been blown. Publicly thanked by the President of the United States as the single most important person in the war against terror, the CIA superagent has become the target of every terrorist from Jakarta to London, who now know who he is and what he looks like.

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    In 1989, the Berlin Wall fell; shortly afterwards the two Germanies reunited, and East Germany ceased to exist. In Stasiland, winner of the 2004 Samuel Johnson Prize, Anna Funder tells extraordinar...

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    The astonishing story of how the British codebreakers of Bletchley Park cracked the Nazi Enigma cyphers, cutting an estimated two years off the Second World War, never ceases to amaze.

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    This is the story of Garbo, one of the most influential spies of World War Two.

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    MI9. This small, dedicated and endlessly inventive team gave hope to the men who had fallen into enemy hands and aid to resistance fighters in occupied territory this book tells the full, inside story of an extraordinary organisation.

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    The bestselling history of Bletchley Park, bringing together the memories from the people who populated Station X and the general history of the famous wartime park.

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    Former head of the UK Defence Intelligence Staff's nuclear, biological and chemical section, Brian Jones comments upon the way in which Britain was taken to war and the way in which the intelligence was manipulated.

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    The extraordinary true story of how MI6 orchestrated the coup that brought General Franco to power in Spain in 1936.

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    Based on recently declassified files and meticulous research, Snow reveals for the first time the truth about an extraordinary man.

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    The British codebreakers at Bletchley Park are now believed to have shortened the duration of the Second World War by up to two years. This extraordinary book looks at the work of Bletchley Park

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    'Dilly' is the little known story of the man who did more than anyone else to break the German Enigma code, an event key to the allies' ultimate victory in the Second World War.

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    One April morning in 1943, a sardine fisherman spotted the corpse of a British soldier floating in the sea off the coast of Spain and set in train a course of events that would change the course of...

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    The Kremlin's Geordie Spy is a singular and absorbing true story of Cold War espionage to rival anything in fiction.

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    The Emperor's Codes uses recently released British archive records to fill in the details of British and Australian involvement in the Far East.

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    The extraordinary story of Mieczyslaw Slowikowski who set up and ran one of the War's most successful intelligence operations, providing the vast bulk of the intelligence for Operation Torch, the 1942 Allied invasion of North Africa.

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    A completely unauthorised history of Britain's external intelligence community, 'Six' tells the complete story of the service's birth and early years.

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    'Rasputin' will fascinate students of pre-revolutionary Russia and anyone intrigued by the challenges thrown up by criminal investigations of the most serious kind

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    This stunning book, based on KGB archives that have never come to light before, provides the most complete account of Soviet espionage in America ever written.

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    Thoroughly researched and grippingly told, these tales of treachery embrace cowardice and cupidity, high tension and terrible tragedy.

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    Created by his government, he is the perfect assassin, but when all goes wrong and he loses his memory, he becomes their No.1. Target. The books the inspired the blockbuster film franchise starring Matt Damon.

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    The enduring novel by one of our greatest storytellers.

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    Dilly is the little known story of the man who did more than anyone else to break the German Enigma code, an event key to the allies' ultimate victory in the Second World War.

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    This guide exposes the reality behind the war between capitalism and communism, two ideologies divided by the Iron Curtain. New revelations show that what was once regarded as simply a struggle bet...

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