Espionage & Secret Services

BIC code: JPSH
See also: International Relations

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There were 9 items found.
  • Cover scan of My Life As A Spy
    My Life As A Spy
    Leslie Woodhead - Paperback - Pan Books
    An evocative tale of coming of age in post-war Britain and a wry take on one young man's reluctant and eventually absurd role spying for Her Majesty.
  • Cover scan of Intelligence Studies In Britain And The US
    Intelligence Studies In Britain And The US: Historiography Since 1945
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Secrecy has never stopped people from writing about intelligence. From memoirs and academic texts to conspiracy-laden exposés and spy novels, writing on intelligence abounds despite the intelligence services' reluctance to open their activities up to public scrutiny. Now, this new account uncovers intelligence historiography's hugely important role in shaping popular understandings of intelligence.
  • Cover scan of Treachery
    Treachery: Betrayals, Blunders And Cover-Ups
    Chapman Pincher - Paperback - Mainstream
    In 'Treachery', noted intelligence authority and author Chapman Pincher makes a compelling case that the head of Britain's own counterintelligence and security agency was himself a double agent, acting to undermine and imperil the UK and America.
  • Cover scan of Treachery
    Treachery: Betrayals, Blunders And Cover-Ups
    Chapman Pincher - Hardback - Mainstream
    In 'Treachery', noted intelligence authority and author Chapman Pincher makes a compelling case that the head of Britain's own counterintelligence and security agency was himself a double agent, acting to undermine and imperil the UK and America.
  • Cover scan of The Deniable Agent
    The Deniable Agent: Undercover In Afghanistan
    Colin Berry - Paperback - Mainstream
    Revealing the truth about what happened in the Intercontinental Hotel and how Colin Berry spent nearly a year in a stinking Afghan jail, being beaten and tortured, this title criticises the efforts of the British Embassy in Kabul, and argues that they could have done much more to get Berry out.
  • Cover scan of Dead Men Talking
    Dead Men Talking
    Nicholas Davies - Paperback - Mainstream
    This work details the covert killing operations planned, organized and carried through by the RUC Special Branch and MI5, as well as by the British Army's covert intelligence organization, the Force Research Unit.
  • Cover scan of Morningside Mata Haris
    Morningside Mata Haris: How MI6 Deceived Scotland's Great And Good
    Douglas MacLeod - Paperback - Birlinn
    The Duchess of Atholl's Edinburgh coffee mornings were in actual fact a clever front for an intelligence network set up and funded by MI6. Using new evidence, only recently released into the public domain, Douglas MacLeod traces the astonishing and untold story of a spy ring at the very centre of Scotland's high society.
  • Cover scan of Ten-Thirty-Three
    Ten-Thirty-Three: The Inside Story Of Britain's Secret Killing Machine In Northern Ireland
    Nicholas Davies - Paperback - Mainstream
    Ten-Thirty-Three reveals in graphic detail the secret conspiracy between Brian Nelson, the UDA's intelligence officer, and British Intelligence. Nelson was given all the information needed by Loyalist gunmen to assassinate targeted Republicans.
  • Cover scan of Dead Man Running
    Dead Man Running: The True Story Of A Secret Agent's Escape From The IRA And MI5
    Martin McGartland - Paperback - Mainstream
    This is the story of Martin McGartland who worked undercover as a British agent inside the Provisional IRA. Kidnapped by the Provos, he escaped and re-settled on the mainland, but later discovered that he had been deliberately sacrificed by MI5.

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