PSI Spies by Jim Marrs

PSI Spies: The True Story of America’s Psychic Warfare Program by Jim Marrs
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Overview: PSI Spies will take you behind the scenes of the U.S. Army s formerly top-secret remote viewing unit to discover how the military has used this psychic ability as a tool, and a weapon. Despite the fact that remote viewing was developed by various tax-supported government agencies, including the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and even the U.S
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Valley of Spies by Keith Yocum

Spies And Shuttles: Nasa’s Secret Relationships With …

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Theater of Spies by S.M. Stirling

MacArthur’s Spies by Peter Eisner

MacArthur’s Spies: The Soldier, the Singer, and the Spymaster Who Defied the Japanese in World War II by Peter Eisner
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Overview: A thrilling story of espionage, daring and deception set in the exotic landscape of occupied Manila during World War II.

On January 2, 1942, Japanese troops marched into Manila unopposed by U.S. forces. Manila was a strategic port, a romantic American outpost and a jewel of a city. Tokyo saw its conquest of the Philippines as the key in its plan to control all of Asia, including Australia. Thousands of soldiers surrendered and were sent on the notorious eighty-mile Bataan Death March. But thousands of other Filipinos and Americans refused to surrender and hid in the Luzon hills above Bataan and Manila. MacArthur’s Spies is the story of three of them, and how they successfully foiled the Japanese for more than two years, sabotaging Japanese efforts and preparing the way for MacArthur’s return.

From a jungle hideout, Colonel John Boone, an enlisted American soldier, led an insurgent force of Filipino fighters who infiltrated Manila as workers and servants to stage demolitions and attacks. "Chick" Parsons, an American businessman, polo player, and expatriate in Manila, was also a U.S. Navy intelligence officer. He escaped in the guise of a Panamanian diplomat, and returned as MacArthur’s spymaster, coordinating the guerrilla efforts with the planned Allied invasion.

And, finally, there was Claire Phillips, an itinerant American torch singer with many names and almost as many husbands. Her nightclub in Manila served as a cover for supplying food to Americans in the hills and to thousands of prisoners of war. She and the men and women who worked with her gathered information from the collaborating Filipino businessmen; the homesick, English-speaking Japanese officers; and the spies who mingled in the crowd.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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The Spies Who Never Were by Hervie Haufler

The Spies Who Never Were by Hervie Haufler
Requirements: .ePUB, .MOBI/.AZW reader, 1.22 MB
Overview: In 1940, Hitler infiltrated England with spies to gather intelligence and disrupt Allied plans. But unbeknownst to the Germans, the entire network had been captured and "turned" into double agents who reported to the British while sending misinformation to the Germans about Allied defenses and strategy. Now, after decades of secrecy, comes the first complete account of the British network that ran this "phony war."

Readers will meet "Tricycle," the model for Ian Fleming’s James Bond and "Tate," who so expertly deceived the Germans that he was awarded the Iron Cross. And the greatest double agent of all, who convinced the Germans he was their principal spy in the U.K. even as he helped the Allies pull off the greatest deception in the history of warfare.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs > World War II

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Spies, Espionage, and Covert Operations by Michael Rank

Spies, Espionage, and Covert Operations: From Ancient Greece to the Cold War by Michael Rank
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Overview: From the #1 bestselling author of History’s Greatest Generals comes an exciting new book on the greatest spies in history and how their acts of espionage and covert operations changed the course of history. Whether it is Aeneas Tacticus, who created Western military science; Francis Walsingham, Queen Elizabeth’s spymaster who foiled numerous assassination attempts and forged an international spy network at the dawn of European colonialism; or Richard Sorge, the hard-drinking German spy for the Soviets whose interception of Axis military intelligence prevented the Russian army’s collapse in World War II, each of these spies had a major impact on modern society. This book will explore the lives and times of the ten greatest spies, or spy networks, in history. Some have taken on legendary status, such as Mata Hari, the World War One-era exotic dancer and courtesan who shared the bed chambers of so many French and German officers that she couldn’t help but become a double agent. Others spied for pure ideological conviction, such as George Koval, the Iowa-born spy who leaked American nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union, accelerating Russia’s nuclear program by years and making the Cold War arm’s race possible. Still others have attained a near-religious level of adoration – Nathan Hale, the Revolutionary War-era spy, had a very short career but became America’s first martyr and a treasured national symbol. Whatever their reason for espionage, these spies represented the invisible hand of government power. Their lives were shrouded in mystery – and many had backgrounds so convoluted that we still do not know their true loyalties, if they ever had any. But despite their enigmatic lives, they were the invisible hand that helped direct the course of history.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Mafia Spies: The Inside Story of the CIA Gangsters JFK and Castro [Audiobook]

Mafia Spies: The Inside Story of the CIA Gangsters JFK and Castro [Audiobook]

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Mafia Spies by means of Thomas Maier

Mafia Spies: The Inside Story of the CIA, Gangsters, JFK, and Castro by means of Thomas Maier
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 504 MB
Overview: From the bestselling creator and tv manufacturer of Masters of Sex, a real tale of espionage and mobsters, in line with the never-before-released JFK Files, and optioned by means of Warner Bros.
Mafia Spies is the definitive account of America’s maximum exceptional espionage plots ever – with CIA brokers, mob hitmen, "kompromat" intercourse, presidential indiscretion, and James Bond-like killing units in combination in a top-secret thriller stuffed with marvel twists and fatal intrigue. In the early 1960s, two peak gangsters, Johnny Roselli and Sam Giancana, have been employed by means of the CIA to kill Cuba’s Communist chief, Fidel Castro, handiest to finish up murdered themselves amidst Congressional hearings and a countrywide debate in regards to the JFK assassination.
Mafia Spies revolves across the outlaw friendship of those two mob friends and their attention-grabbing international of CIA spies, fellow Mafioso in Chicago, Cuban exile commandos in Miami, gorgeous Hollywood girls, well-known entertainers like Frank Sinatra’s Rat Pack in Las Vegas, Castro’s personal spies in Havana and his double brokers hidden in Florida, J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI snooping, and the Kennedy management’s "Get Castro" obsession in Washington. Thomas Maier is likely one of the first to take complete good thing about the National Archives’ 2017-18 unlock of the long-suppressed JFK information, a lot of which maintain the CIA’s peak secret anti-Castro operation in Florida and Cuba.
With a number of new investigative findings, Mafia Spies is a undercover agent exposé, homicide thriller, and surprising true tale that recounts America’s first foray into the assassination trade, a story with profound have an effect on for nowadays’s Trump technology. Who killed Johnny and Sam – and why wasn’t Castro assassinated regardless of the CIA’s many clandestine efforts?
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Mafia Spies by means of Thomas Maier

Mafia Spies: The Inside Story of the CIA, Gangsters, JFK, and Castro by means of Thomas Maier
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 504 MB
Overview: From the bestselling creator and tv manufacturer of Masters of Sex, a real tale of espionage and mobsters, in accordance with the never-before-released JFK Files, and optioned by means of Warner Bros.
Mafia Spies is the definitive account of America’s maximum outstanding espionage plots ever – with CIA brokers, mob hitmen, "kompromat" intercourse, presidential indiscretion, and James Bond-like killing units in combination in a top-secret thriller stuffed with wonder twists and fatal intrigue. In the early 1960s, two peak gangsters, Johnny Roselli and Sam Giancana, have been employed by means of the CIA to kill Cuba’s Communist chief, Fidel Castro, most effective to finally end up murdered themselves amidst Congressional hearings and a countrywide debate in regards to the JFK assassination.
Mafia Spies revolves across the outlaw friendship of those two mob pals and their attention-grabbing global of CIA spies, fellow Mafioso in Chicago, Cuban exile commandos in Miami, stunning Hollywood girls, well-known entertainers like Frank Sinatra’s Rat Pack in Las Vegas, Castro’s personal spies in Havana and his double brokers hidden in Florida, J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI snooping, and the Kennedy management’s "Get Castro" obsession in Washington. Thomas Maier is one of the first to take complete benefit of the National Archives’ 2017-18 unencumber of the long-suppressed JFK information, lots of which maintain the CIA’s peak secret anti-Castro operation in Florida and Cuba.
With a number of new investigative findings, Mafia Spies is a undercover agent exposé, homicide thriller, and stunning true tale that recounts America’s first foray into the assassination industry, a story with profound affect for nowadays’s Trump technology. Who killed Johnny and Sam – and why wasn’t Castro assassinated in spite of the CIA’s many clandestine efforts?
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Black Door: Spies Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers [Audiobook]

The Black Door: Spies Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers [Audiobook]

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Ace of Spies

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Spies for Hire by Tim Shorrock +

Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligence Outsourcing by Tim Shorrock
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Overview: In Spies for Hire, investigative reporter Tim Shorrock lifts the veil off a major story the government doesn’t want us to know about — the massive outsourcing of top secret intelligence activities to private-sector contractors.

Running spy networks overseas. Tracking down terrorists in the Middle East. Interrogating enemy prisoners. Analyzing data from spy satellites and intercepted phone calls. All of these are vital intelligence tasks that traditionally have been performed by government officials accountable to Congress and the American people. But that is no longer the case.

Starting during the Clinton administration, when intelligence budgets were cut drastically and privatization of government services became national policy, and expanding dramatically in the wake of 9/11, when the CIA and other agencies were frantically looking to hire analysts and linguists, the Intelligence Community has been relying more and more on corporations to perform sensitive tasks heretofore considered to be exclusively the work of federal employees. This outsourcing of intelligence activities is now a $50 billion-a-year business that consumes up to 70 percent of the U.S. intelligence budget. And it’s a business that the government has tried hard to keep under wraps.

Drawing on interviews with key players in the Intelligence-Industrial Complex, contractors’ annual reports and public filings with the government, and on-the-spot reporting from intelligence industry conferences and investor briefings, Spies for Hire provides the first behind-the-scenes look at this new way of spying. Shorrock shows how corporations such as Booz Allen Hamilton, Lockheed Martin, SAIC, CACI International, and IBM have become full partners with the CIA, the National Security Agency, and the Pentagon in their most sensitive foreign and domestic operations. He explores how this partnership has led to wasteful spending and threatens to erode the privacy protections and congressional oversight so important to American democracy.

Shorrock exposes the kinds of spy work the private sector is doing, such as interrogating prisoners in Iraq, managing covert operations, and collaborating with the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on Americans’ overseas phone calls and e-mails. And he casts light on a "shadow Intelligence Community" made up of former top intelligence officials who are now employed by companies that do this spy work, such as former CIA directors George Tenet and James Woolsey. Shorrock also traces the rise of Michael McConnell from his days as head of the NSA to being a top executive at Booz Allen Hamilton to returning to government as the nation’s chief spymaster.

From CIA covert actions to NSA eavesdropping, from Abu Ghraib to Guantánamo, from the Pentagon’s techno-driven war in Iraq to the coming global battles over information dominance and control of cyberspace, contractors are doing it all. Spies for Hire goes behind today’s headlines to highlight how private corporations are aiding the growth of a new and frightening national surveillance state.
Genre: Non-Fiction, General

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The Dangerous Trade: Spies, Spymasters and the Making of Europe

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