The Betrayers (Matt Helm, Book 10) by Donald Hamilton

By Donald Hamilton

Book 10 of 27 within the sequence. 2014 retail epub of the unconventional which was once first published in 1966. The sequence is being slowly published as first-time ebooks by means of Titan Books one by one starting in 2013. on the present price booklet 27 can be out in publication structure in 2017.

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Matt Helm reveals himself in Hawaii, attempting to unhatch a plot of unrivalled viciousness. while an agent turns undesirable, nobody's enterprise is inner most anymore, and whilst that agent comes to a decision to begin a warfare, an individual has to complete him--fast. among the rogue agent and the stranger who insists she is his sister-in-law, this won't be a calming Pacific vacation.

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League of Terror (November Man, Book 11) by Bill Granger

By Bill Granger

Ebook eleven of a thirteen booklet sequence published among 1979 and 1993. Being published first time in publication shape beginning in 2014 a number of at a time.

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The armistice has been all yet signed. The chilly warfare is over. the area has no additional use for spies. Or so it should seem.

Fortunately, Devereaux--the undercover agent they name November--knows higher. Even now, he unearths himself and his implacable nemesis locked in a perilous conflict. The backdrop is the key battle of terrorism waged through an insidious mastermind combining the bloodiest back-alley strategies of Irish republicanism with the graceful monetary machinations of Wall highway. The stakes are deeply own, for an murderer has struck at Rita Macklin, the journalist who loves the November guy. Now Devereaux has yet a unmarried objective: kill Henry McGee, prior to he can strike back.

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The Company: A Novel of the CIA by Robert Littell

By Robert Littell

This seriously acclaimed blockbuster from across the world popular novelist Robert Littell seamlessly weaves jointly historical past and fiction to create a multigenerational, wickedly nostalgic saga of the CIA—known as "the Company" to insiders. Racing throughout a panorama spanning the mythical Berlin Base of the '50s, the Soviet invasion of Hungary, the Bay of Pigs, Afghanistan, and the Gorbachev putsch, The Company tells the exciting tale of brokers imprisoned in double lives, combating an amoral, elusive, ambitious enemy—and each one other—in an internecine conflict in the corporation itself. a super, stunningly conceived epic mystery, The Company confirms Littell's position one of the genre's elite.

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Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy: The Story of Kawashima by Phyllis Birnbaum

By Phyllis Birnbaum

Aisin Gioro Xianyu (1907-1948) was once the fourteenth daughter of a Manchu prince and a mythical determine in China's bloody fight with Japan. After the autumn of the Manchu dynasty in 1912, Xianyu's father gave his daughter to a jap buddy who was once sympathetic to his efforts to reclaim energy. This guy raised Xianyu, referred to now as Kawashima Yoshiko, to revive the Manchus to their former glory. Her fearsome commitment to this reason finally bought her killed.

Yoshiko had a fiery character and enjoyed the limelight. She surprised jap society by way of dressing in men's outfits and rose to prominence as Commander Jin, touted in Japan's media as a brand new Joan of Arc. Boasting a quick, good-looking haircut and a real army uniform, Commander Jin was once credited with many bold exploits, between them driving horseback as chief of her personal military through the eastern profession of China.

While attempting to advertise the Manchus, Yoshiko supported the puppet Manchu kingdom demonstrated by means of the japanese in 1932--one cause she used to be performed for treason after Japan's 1945 defeat. the reality of Yoshiko's existence continues to be a resource of rivalry among China and Japan: a few think she was once exploited by means of robust males, others declare she relished her function as political provocateur. China holds her answerable for unspeakable crimes, whereas Japan has forgiven her transgressions. This biography provides the richest and so much actual portrait so far of the debatable princess secret agent, spotting her really novel position in conflicts that reworked East Asia.

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Without Remorse (Jack Ryan, Book 6; John Clark, Book 1) by Tom Clancy

By Tom Clancy

WITHOUT REMORSE is the epic bestseller Tom Clancy enthusiasts were looking forward to. Its hero is a guy very usual to Clancy's readers. His code identify is Mr. Clark. And his paintings for the CIA is amazing, cold-blooded and effective ... yet who's he rather? In a harrowing travel de strength, Tom Clancy exhibits how a typical guy named John Kelly crossed the traces of justice and morality --- to develop into the CIA legend, Mr. Clark.

It is an unforgettable trip into the guts of darkness. with out mercy. with out guilt. with no regret.

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Young, Brave and Beautiful: The Missions of Special by Tania Szabó

By Tania Szabó

SOE agent Violette Szabé used to be the daughter of an English father and French mom, and widow of a French military officer killed in motion in North Africa in 1942. On her moment venture she used to be captured through the Germans, interrogated and tortured, and deported to Germany, the place she was once ultimately completed at Ravensbrück focus camp. The naked bones of her tale say not anything of the sabotage, gun battles, betrayal. Violette used to be the second one lady ever to be presented the George go, and he or she used to be immortalized within the movie Carve her identify with Pride. What marks out this publication is the straightforward, amazing truth is that's written via her daughter, Tania: she might were years outdated whilst she final observed her mom, the lady fellow agent Odette Churchill referred to as "the bravest folks all."

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Meridian (Quiller, Book 17) by Adam Hall

By Adam Hall

The Quiller sequence specializes in a solitary, hugely able undercover agent (named after Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch) who works (generally by myself) for a central authority bureau that "doesn't exist" and narrates his personal adventures. Quiller (not his actual identify) occupies a literary center floor among James Bondand John le Carré. he's a talented driving force, pilot, diver, and linguist, yet doesn't hold a gun.

The sequence is particularly stylized, that includes extreme depictions of undercover agent tradecraft relationships, extraordinary leap cuts among chapters, and deep, occasionally self-pitying inside monologues. the 1st of the Quiller novels, The Berlin Memorandum (1965) (retitled The Quiller Memorandum within the US) gained an Edgar Award, from the secret Writers of the USA, for most sensible Novel. It used to be filmed in 1966 less than its US name with a screenplay through Harold Pinter and starred George Segal and Alec Guinness. It was once additionally tailored right into a 1975 British tv sequence, that includes Michael Jayston.

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