The question I am asked most frequently is what books I recommend for further reading on the topics I write about. There are a trove of fascinating true tales of espionage out there, and I want to share with you seven more books that are sure to hold your interest and take you down new paths.
During WWII, British technicians and engineers developed an incredible variety of weapons and gadgets at Station IX located on the grounds of the Frythe Estate near Welwyn, England. Here are five of the unique weapons they developed for use behind enemy lines.
Female spies, saboteurs, and double agents have left their mark on history for centuries. Often overlooked or underestimated, they have proven every bit the equal of their male counterparts time and time again. Here are nine of the most famous women from the world of spycraft.
With the ever-present specter of another World War hanging over the entire region, the Military Liaison Mission was a high-pressure assignment that attracted some of the most capable service members America could produce.
Why did you find your way here? Because you are fascinated by the world of espionage. It’s been romanticized in film and literature for decades, most notably by the James Bond films. Wearing a tuxedo, loaded down with gadgets, driving a fast car with a beautiful girl in the passenger seat. You’ve seen it a dozen times.