Selected print & ebook titles
America the vulnerable: inside the new threat matrix of digital espionage, crime, and warfare by Joel Brenner.
American spies: espionage against the United States from the Cold War to the present by Michael J. Sulick.
Billion dollar spy: a true story of Cold War espionage and betrayal by David E. Hoffman.
Confessions of a spy: the real story of Aldrich Ames by Pete Earley.
Craft of intelligence: America’s legendary spy master on the fundamentals of intelligence gathering for a free world by Allen W. Dulles.
351.74 D883 2016
Cyberspies: the secret history of surveillance, hacking, and digital espionage by Gordon Corera.
Enemy within: a history of espionage by Terry Crowdy.
History of espionage: the clandestine world of surveillance, spying and intelligence from ancient times to post 9/11 by Ernest Volkman.
Honorable treachery: a history of U.S. intelligence, espionage and covert action from the American Revolution to the CIA by G. J. A. O’Toole.
351.7409 O88 2014
In spies we trust: the story of western intelligence by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones.
My life as a spy: one of America’s most notorious spies finally tells his story by John A. Walker, Jr.
Rise and fall of intelligence: an international security history by Michael Warner.
Sacred secrets: how Soviet intelligence operations changed American history by Jerrold and Leona Schechter.
Spy book: the encyclopedia of espionage by Norman Palomar & Thomas B. Allen.
351.7403 P777 2004
Spy who couldn’t spell: a dyslexic traitor, an unbreakable code, and the FBI’s hunt for America’s stolen secrets by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee.
Spying in America: espionage from the Revolutionary War to the dawn of the Cold War by Michael J. Sulick.
Traitors: the worst acts of treason in American history from Benedict Arnold to Robert Hanssen by Richard Sale.
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