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YARDLEYGRAMS

By Yardley, Herbert O.

Bobbs-Merrill, 1932. 190pp. Orange cloth hardback, paper has slightly tanned, first two puzzles have been worked, Twenty-five puzzles, Yardleygrams, . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$30.00

CODES AND CRYPTOGRAPHY

By Welsh, Dominic

Clarendon / Oxford, 1988. 257pp. Hardback with glossy boards, VG, owner name embossed on title page, no other markings in text, index, references, answers and hints to problems, appendices, Codes and Cryptography, . Hard Cover. Very Good.

$35.00

THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE CIA
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THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE CIA

By Trento, Joseph J.

Forum / Prima Publishing , 2001. 542pp. Black and brown hardback, DJ VG, stated First Edition, index, bibliography, chapter notes, b&w photos, The secret history of the CIA, . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$12.50

COVERT ACTION : The CIA and the Limits of American Intervention in the Postwar World
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COVERT ACTION : The CIA and the Limits of American Intervention in the Postwar World

By Treverton, Gregory F.

I.B. Tauris Publishers, 1988. 293pp. Maroon hardback, DJ VG, paper has turned brown, faint tobacco odor, no names or markings in book, index, chapter notes, Includes: The political culture of covert action, Setting the mold : early successes, The momentum of action : small operations and large commitments, The problem of control : Our purposes and theirs, Covert action and unintended results, Lessons for the future, The ultimate paradox : covert action in an open society, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$80.00

HISTORICAL DICTIONARY OF SEXSPIONAGE

By West, Nigel

Scarecrow Press, 2009. 368pp. Hardback with glosyy illustrated boards, VG, inscribed and signed by author on title page, index, bibliography, "In a surprising number of espionage cases sex has played a significant role, the Historical Dictionary of Sexspionage explores this behavior through a chronology, an introduction, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on the secret agencies, operations, and events", . Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$70.00

SECRET MISSIONS : The Story of an Intelligence Officer

By Zacharias, Ellis M.

G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1946. 433pp. Tan cloth hardback, DJ has chips and tears along edges, small stains on back cover, owner name on inside front cover, signed by author on front end page, Fifth Printing, DJ flap corner tips clipped, index, appendix, The author's twenty five year service with the United States Navy as an intelligence officer, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.

$25.00

Operation Zapata : The "Ultrasensitive" Report and Testimony of the Board of Inquiry on the Bay of Pigs

By Aguilar, Luis (introduction)

University Publications of America, 1984. 367pp, blue cloth hardback, dust jacket has a short tear along front bottom edge, slight rubbing at spine ends, VG, second printing, 1984, owner's name embossed near botton corner of title page, chart of resource group, three maps, index, list of abbreviations, Four Memorandum giving overview of the Anti-Castro Cuban Operation, Causes of failure, Conclusions, and Recommendations; plus Memorandum for the Record of twenty meetings with testimony presented except for ocassional omitted classified sections, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$285.00

SECRET NEW ENGLAND : Spies of the American Revolution

By Thompson, Edmund R. (editor)

The David Atlee Phillips New England Chapter Association of Former Intelligence Officers , 1992. 234pp. Blue cloth hardback, no DJ, VG, #39/100 copies, loose sheet with limitation number and actual signatures of editor and the ten other authors of the articles, bibliography, b&w illustrations and photos, maps, Includes : The Spies of Revolutionary New England, A Spies' Guide to Revolutionary New England, . Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$50.00

A MATTER OF RISK : The Incredible Inside Story of the CIAs Hughes Glomar Explorer Mission to Raise a Russian Submarine

By Varner, Roy; Collier, Wayne

Random House, 1978. 258pp. Green cloth spine with dark green boards, DJ VG, First Edition, owner name embossed on title page, b&w photos, The Incredible Inside Story of the CIAs Hughes Glomar Explorer Mission to Raise a Russian Submarine, . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$17.50

BRITISH SECURITY COORDINATION :THE SECRET HISTORY OF BRITISH INTELLIGENCE IN THE AMERICAS, 1940-45
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BRITISH SECURITY COORDINATION :THE SECRET HISTORY OF BRITISH INTELLIGENCE IN THE AMERICAS, 1940-45

By West, Nigel (introduction by)

Fromm International Publishing Corp., 1999. 536pp. Blue cloth spine with blue boards, DJ VG, First Printing, inscribed and signed by Nigel West on the title page, index, "Traces the activities of the British spy network in North and South America, created by Winston Churchill to spread anti-Nazi and pro-British propaganda", . Signed. First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$85.00

THE CROWN JEWELS : The British Secrets at the Heart of the KGB Archives
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THE CROWN JEWELS : The British Secrets at the Heart of the KGB Archives

By West, Nigel; Tsarev, Oleg

Yale Univ Pr, 1999. 366pp. Red hardback with DJ, VG, First Printing, inscribed and signed on titlepage by Nigel West, index, source notes, b&w photos, appendices, glossary of Soviet Intelligence Codenames, THE CROWN JEWELS : The British Secrets at the Heart of the KGB Archives, . Signed. First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$17.50

THE VERY BEST MEN : Four Who Dared, the Early Years of the CIA

By Thomas, Evan

Simon & Schuster, 1995. 427pp. Black cloth spine with tan boards, DJ VG, First Printing, inscribed and signed by author, index, chapter notes, b&w photos, "Tells the story of the CIA from the end of World War II to Vietnam through the careers of four extraordinary men who ran covert operations and whose fall from favor had enormous consequences for Cold War policy", . Signed by Author. First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

WILD BILL AND INTREPID : Donovan, Stephenson, and the Origin of CIA
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WILD BILL AND INTREPID : Donovan, Stephenson, and the Origin of CIA

By Troy, Thomas F.

Yale Univ Pr, 1996. 259pp. Black cloth spine with gray boards, DJ VG, First Printing, index, bibliography, chapter notes, "unveils the true story of the birth of CIA. Drawing on interviews with Stephenson and other key players and on formerly secret American and British archival material, tells how Stephenson cultivated Donovan as a sympathetic, aggressive and influential American interventionist with whom British intelligence could develop a relationship that would enable the British to frustrate Axis operations in the Western Hemisphere, help bring the US into World War II, and ensure Allied victory", . First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

DONOVAN AND THE CIA : A History of the Establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency
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DONOVAN AND THE CIA : A History of the Establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency

By Troy, Thomas F.

University Publications of America, 1984. 589pp. Blue cloth hardback, DJ has small tears and light wear at corner and spine tips, Second Printing, inscribed and signed by author on front end page, owner name embossed on title page, index, bibliography, chapter notes, appendices, b&w photos, Includes: Prewar-The COI story, Wartime-The OSS story, Postwar-The CIA story, . Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good+.

$50.00

THE CHINESE BLACK CHAMBER : An Adventure in Espionage
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THE CHINESE BLACK CHAMBER : An Adventure in Espionage

By Yardley, Herbert O.

Houghton Mifflin, 1983. 225pp. Tan cloth spine with black boards, DJ VG, First Printing, owner name on title page, "A noted intelligence agent discusses his work for Chiang Kai-shek during the war between Japan and China in 1938, detailing his establishment of a "Black Chamber," his clandestine operations, and his relations with the Chinese echelon", . First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

OSS AGAINST THE REICH : The World War II Diaries of Colonel David K.E. Bruce

By Lankford, Nelson Douglas (editor)

Kent State University Press, 1991. 257pp. Red cloth hardback with DJ, VG, no names or marking in book, index, chapter notes, b&w photos, OSS AGAINST THE REICH : The World War II Diaries of Colonel David K.E. Bruce, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

INSIDE INTELLIGENCE

By Cavendish, Anthony

Collins, 1990. 181pp. Gray hardback with DJ, VG, owner name blind stamped on title page, index, appendices, The author's memoir of his time spent as an intelligence agent, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$17.50

THE SOVIET SECRET SERVICES

By Heilbrunn, Otto

Greenwood, 1981. 216pp. Black cloth hardback, no DJ, VG, 1981 reprint of the 1956 edition, index, bibliography, appendix, footnotes, charts, The Soviet Secret Service, . Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$12.00

MOSCOW STATION : How the KGB Penetrated the American Embassy

By Kessler, Ronald

Charles Scribner's Sons, 1989. 305pp. Red cloth spine with black boards, DJ VG with price clipped, Second Printing, owner name on front end page, index, glossary, chapter notes, b&w photos, MOSCOW STATION : How the KGB Penetrated the American Embassy, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

Code Name: The Pearl - Israel's Own Mata Hari

By Golan, Aviezer; Pinkas, Danny

Allen Lane , 1980. 345pp. Black hardback, DJ VG, First U.K. Edition, owner name embossed on title page, True story of Shula Cohen, the Middle East's own Mata Hari, who spied for Israel in Lebanon for twelve years before she was caught and sentenced to death, . First UK Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$40.00

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