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Once a Spy by Keith Thomson

Title Once a Spy
Author Keith Thomson
Publisher Knopf Group E-Books
Release 2010-03-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780385532662
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Drummond Clark was once a spy of legendary proportions. Now Alzheimer’s disease has taken its toll and he’s just a confused old man who’s wandered away from home, waiting for his son to fetch him. When Charlie Clark takes a break from his latest losing streak at the track to bring Drummond back to his Brooklyn home, they find it blown sky high—and then bullets start flying in every direction. At first, Charlie thinks his Russian “creditors” are employing aggressive collection tactics. But once Drummond effortlessly hot-wires a car as their escape vehicle, Charlie begins to suspect there’s much more to his father than meets the eye. He soon discovers that Drummond’s unremarkable career as an appliance salesman was actually a clever cover for an elaborate plan to sell would-be terrorists faulty nuclear detonators. Drummond’s intricate knowledge of the “device” is extremely dangerous information to have rattling around in an Alzheimer’s-addled brain. The CIA wants to “contain” him--and so do some other shady characters who send Charlie and Drummond on a wild chase that gives “father and son quality time” a whole new meaning. With Once a Spy, Keith Thomson makes his debut on the thriller stage with energy, wit, and style to spare.

Once a Spy by Mary Jo Putney

Title Once a Spy
Author Mary Jo Putney
Publisher Zebra Books
Release 2019-09-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 391
ISBN 1420148133
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Love and survival in the shadow of Waterloo . . . Wearied by his years as a British intelligence officer, Simon Duval resigns his commission after Napoleon’s abdication. Hoping to find new meaning in his life, he returns to England, where he discovers his cousin’s widow, Suzanne Duval, the Comtesse de Chambron. Working as a seamstress, living in reduced circumstances, Suzanne has had a life as complicated as Simon’s. While both believe they are beyond love, their sympathetic bond leads him to propose a marriage of companionship, and Suzanne accepts. She didn't want or expect a true marriage, but as Suzanne joins Simon in a search for his long missing foster brother, warmth and caring begin to heal both their scars—and a powerful passion sparks between them. Then news from France threatens to disrupt their happiness. Napoleon has escaped from Elba and Wellington personally asks Simon to help prevent another devastating war. Only this time, Simon does not go into danger alone. He and Suzanne will face deadly peril together, and pray that love will carry them through . . . Praise for the Rogues Redeemed series “Deftly balances fascinating historical detail, adventure, and menace with a passionate romance.” —Library Journal “Though suspense and adventure drive this story forward, the love at its center sets it apart.” —Kirkus Reviews “Impeccably written.” —Booklist

Once A Spy Always A Spy by Jay M Johnson

Title Once A Spy Always A Spy
Author Jay M Johnson
Publisher
Release 2019-08-30
Category History
Total Pages 260
ISBN 9780998141725
Language English, Spanish, and French
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General William Donovan was the head of America's first centralized intelligence organization, Office of Strategic Services (OSS). J Edgar Hoover, the director of the FBI, was jealous of the amount of power that Donovan held as director of the OSS and worried that Donovan would try to usurp the power that he exercised as director of the FBI. Hoover, knowing that President Truman didn't like Donovan, used that as an opportunity to lobby Truman to abolish the OSS. When WW2 ended, President Truman, following Hoover's advice, did just that, and disbanded the OSS. General Donovan, knowing that an organized intelligence organization was essential to America's survival and would have to be reestablished, soon, began making plans and contingency plans for the creation of a new intelligence organization. When Truman by-passed Donovan as the director of a new intelligence agency, the intelligence community was stunned. When the new CIA was infiltrated by Russian spies, Donovan activated his contingency plan for a new, independent spy organization and kept it secret from all government officials and politicians. Russian spies would not be able to infiltrate an American spy organization if they were unaware of its existence. For the same reason, dimwitted American politicians would be unable to interfere.)

Once a Spy by Robert Footman

Title Once a Spy
Author Robert Footman
Publisher
Release 1991
Category Large type books
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Twice a Spy by Keith Thomson

Title Twice a Spy
Author Keith Thomson
Publisher Anchor
Release 2011-03-08
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 0385534043
Language English, Spanish, and French
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On the heels of Once a Spy, which PW hailed as a “wildly original debut [with] an action-packed story line,” Keith Thomson returns with a breakneck thriller that’s twice as explosive as the original. In the tradition of Robert Ludlum, with a witty twist, Thomson’s second novel featuring a former spy and his son once again poses the question: What happens when a former CIA agent can no longer trust his own mind? Charlie and Drummond Clark are now in Switzerland, hiding out from criminal charges in America and using the time to experiment with treatments to retrieve Drummond’s memory. When NSA operative Alice Rutherford, with whom Charlie has fallen in love, is kidnapped, the Clarks must dodge a formidable CIA case officer and his team to get her back.

Once a Spy by Rennie Airth

Title Once a Spy
Author Rennie Airth
Publisher Jonathan Cape
Release 1981
Category
Total Pages 245
ISBN 9780224019026
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Once Upon A Spy by Suvash Dev

Title Once Upon A Spy
Author Suvash Dev
Publisher Kalamos Literary Services Llp
Release 2020-08-21
Category
Total Pages 248
ISBN 9789387780415
Language English, Spanish, and French
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YOU DON'T CHOOSE THE WORLD OF ESPIONAGE THE WORLD OF ESPIONAGE CHOOSES YOU. Vishwamitra Saini - a spy, a consummate man and an avid lover - sees the world in black and white. He has his own set of rules that he abides by. But when he falls in love during a mission, a deed which ultimately blows his cover, his superiors decide to put him on the shelf. It is then that he decides he has had enough. He crosses over to Pakistan and defects to the other side, putting all of India's secrets in jeopardy. At least that is the story that the world knows about him. But has he really defected? Or has he gone rogue? What is the truth? As the hunt for Saini begins, a secret is revealed from the veil about a mysterious informant from the other side, codenamed The Rook, whose agenda is yet obscure. A threat, unknown and unseen, looms upon the country and the people, as Saini navigates his way through a web, that is determined to ensure his downfall. Once Upon A Spy - is a devasting portrayal of men who have played different roles for so long that they no longer know who they are.

Title The Spy s Guide to Counterintelligence
Author Jim Wiese
Publisher
Release 2003
Category Espionage
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9780439336468
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Once and Future Spy by Robert Littell

Title The Once and Future Spy
Author Robert Littell
Publisher Abrams
Release 2003-02-10
Category Fiction
Total Pages 294
ISBN 1590209044
Language English, Spanish, and French
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By national best-selling author, Robert Littell, whose most recent novel The Company received rave reviews across the nation, The Once and Future Spy is finally back in print. This is Littell at the top of his form, constructing a tale of espionage and counterespionage revealing the dirty tricks and dangerous secrets about the subjects he knows intimately the CIA and American history, past and present. Littell proves beyond all doubt that he is a storyteller of inimitable caliber. As Stephen Coonts put it, “Eric Ambler invented the modern spy novel. Robert Littell perfected it. The Once and Future Spy is a classic spy story.†? At the center of Littell’s plot is an elite plan, so secret and so dangerous that its existence is known only to a tiny group of specialists within CIA headquarters. There is virtually no paper trail but, somehow, the plan has sprung a leak. The plotters must urgently trace it or face deadly consequences. Meanwhile, at work elsewhere on another highly sensitive project for "the Company" is an operative known as “the Weeder†? a man obsessed with American history and one of its heroes. When the Weeder's and Washington's clandestine worlds collide, the present faces the past and disturbing moral choices are weighed against a shining patriotic dream. What is the truth? Whose truth should be believed?

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Title Spy
Author
Publisher
Release 1995-10
Category
Total Pages 80
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Smart. Funny. Fearless."It's pretty safe to say that Spy was the most influential magazine of the 1980s. It might have remade New York's cultural landscape; it definitely changed the whole tone of magazine journalism. It was cruel, brilliant, beautifully written and perfectly designed, and feared by all. There's no magazine I know of that's so continually referenced, held up as a benchmark, and whose demise is so lamented" --Dave Eggers. "It's a piece of garbage" --Donald Trump.

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