Author: Peter Duffy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Presents the story of a German-American double agent who worked undercover in New York City in a Nazi spy ring that resulted in the FBI's arrest of thirty-three Nazi spies on December 11, 1941.
Author: Ben Macintyre
Publisher: A&C Black
The number one bestselling author of Agent Zigzag and Operation Mincemeat exposes the true story of the D Day Spies.
Author: Ben Macintyre
Publisher: A&C Black
A gripping tale of loyalty, love, treachery, espionage, and the thin and shifting line between fidelity and betrayal.
I Worked Alone
Author: Lily Sergueiew
During World War II Nathalie "Lily" Sergueiew, a woman of mystery, confidently seduced the German Intelligence Service into employing her as a spy against their British enemy. Little did they know that this striking woman--who turned heads when she walked into a room with her little dog Babs--would work with their enemy against them. Her diary chronicles her months-long journey to becoming a double agent for the British under the code name Treasure. From the moment she conceived the idea of becoming a double agent, Lily faced challenges on two fronts: first, she had to convince the Germans to ask her to spy for them; second, she needed the British to believe her story. Only then could she begin the perilous work of helping free her homeland--France--from the German occupier.
God's Double Agent
Author: Bob Fu, Nancy French
Publisher: Baker Books
Tens of millions of Christians live in China today, many of them leading double lives or in hiding from a government that relentlessly persecutes them. Bob Fu, whom the Wall Street Journal called "The pastor of China's underground railroad," is fighting to protect his fellow believers from persecution, imprisonment, and even death. God's Double Agent is his fascinating and riveting story. Bob Fu is indeed God's double agent. By day Fu worked as a full-time lecturer in a communist school; by night he pastored a house church and led an underground Bible school. This can't-put-it-down book chronicles Fu's conversion to Christianity, his arrest and imprisonment for starting an illegal house church, his harrowing escape, and his subsequent rise to prominence in the United States as an advocate for his brethren. God's Double Agent will inspire readers even as it challenges them to boldly proclaim and live out their faith in a world that is at times indifferent, and at other times murderously hostile, to those who spread the gospel.
Author: Allison Lassieur, Rebecca Langston-George
Explore the dangerous, daring world of real-life spies! From World War I to the Cold War and beyond, experience the most notorious, ingenious spies of the 20th century through present day. With vivid, full-color photographs, detailed maps, and thoroughly researched time lines, get to know the unknowables, including cyber spies, secret agents, deep-cover spies, and no-good double-crossers. From prolific history writer Allison Lassieur and Rebecca Langston-George, Spies! is the espionage book you've been hunting for!
A Spy Called James
Author: Anne F. Rockwell, Floyd Cooper
Publisher: Carolrhoda Books
Told for the first time in picture book form is the true story of James Armistead Lafayette--a slave who spied for George Washington's army during the American Revolution. But while America celebrated its newfound freedom, James returned to slavery. His service hadn't qualified him for the release he'd been hoping for. For James the fight wasn't over; he'd already helped his country gain its freedom, now it was time to win his own.
Author: Nicholas Booth
Eddie Chapman was a womaniser, blackmailer and safecracker. He was also a great hero - the most remarkable double agent of the Second World War. Chapman became the only British national ever to be awarded an Iron Cross for his work for the Reich. He was also the only German spy ever to be parachuted into Britain twice. But it was all an illusion: Eddie fooled the Germans in the same way he conned his victims in civilian life. He was working for the British all along. Until now, the full story of Eddie Chapman's extraordinary exploits has never been told, thwarted by the Official Secrets Act. Now at last all the evidence has been released, including Eddie's M15 files, and a complete account of what he achieved is told in this enthralling book.
Author: Stephan Talty
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
“The book presses ever forward down a path of historical marvels and astonishing facts. The effect is like a master class that’s accessible to anyone, and Agent Garbo often reads as though it were written in a single, perfect draft.”—The Atlantic Before he remade himself as the master spy known as Garbo, Juan Pujol was nothing more than a Barcelona poultry farmer. But as Garbo, he turned in a masterpiece of deception that changed the course of World War II. Posing as the Nazis’ only reliable spy inside England, he created an imaginary million-man army, invented armadas out of thin air, and brought a vast network of fictional subagents to life. The scheme culminated on June 6, 1944, when Garbo convinced the Germans that the Allied forces approaching Normandy were just a feint—the real invasion would come at Calais. Because of his brilliant trickery, the Allies were able to land with much less opposition and eventually push on to Berlin. As incredible as it sounds, everything in Agent Garbo is true, based on years of archival research and interviews with Pujol’s family. This pulse-pounding thriller set in the shadow world of espionage and deception reveals the shocking reality of spycraft that occurs just below the surface of history. “Stephan Talty’s unsurpassed research brings forth one of the war’s greatest agents in a must-read book for those who think they know all the great World War II stories.” —Gregory Freeman, author of The Forgotten 500
Harriet is impressed to learn that the girl she has befriended, now called Annie Smith, is the person who not only created three names–Rosarita Sauvage, Yolanda Montezuma, and Zoe Carpaccio–but also three distinct personalities to match. This girl has potential. Being a spy has always been rather solitary, so Harriet is glad to have a new friend and spy partner. But then Harriet realizes that Annie reveals very little about herself, and indeed, is not telling the truth about where she goes and who she meets on the weekend. Sport says he’s in love with the girl, but Annie lets drop she’s in love with an older man. Harriet can’t understand anything at all about this thing called love–even when she asks Ole Golly for advice, she still wonders. But as Harriet unravels Annie’s mystery, she comes to appreciate the many different kinds of love there are. Praise for Harriet the Spy® and Her Friends Harriet the Spy® “Harriet is . . . wholly relatable whether you’re eleven or several times that age.”—EW.com Harriet Spies Again By Louise Fitzhugh and Helen Ericson Winner of the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Novel “Ericson has perfectly captured the voice and pacing of Fitzhugh’s original novel in a seamless rendering of a fresh, enjoyable story for today’s readers.” —School Library Journal Harriet the Spy, Double Agent By Louise Fitzhugh and Maya Gold “Harriet the Spy is back, and Gold does a credible job of maintaining the special character and her crusty charm.” —Booklist The Long Secret [STAR] “Written with subtlety, compassion, and [Louise Fitzhugh’s] remarkable ability to see inside the minds of children.” —School Library Journal, Starred Sport [STAR] “A worthy successor to Harriet the Spy—and that is high tribute.” —Booklist, Starred From the Hardcover edition.
Author: Juan Pujol García, Nigel West
Publisher: Biteback Publishing
He was GARBO to the Allies and ALARIC to the Germans – the most successful double agent of the Second World War. Indeed, his spy network across Britain was so highly regarded that he was decorated for his achievements ... by both sides. Throughout the war, GARBO kept the Germans supplied with reports from his ring of twenty-four agents. Hitler’s spymasters never discovered or even suspected a double-cross, but all the agents in GARBO’s network existed solely in his imagination. In one of the most daring espionage coups of all time, GARBO persuaded the enemy to hold back troops that might otherwise have defeated the Normandy landings on D-Day; without him, the Second World War could have taken a completely different course. For decades, GARBO’s true identity was a closely guarded secret. After the war, he vanished. Years later, after faking his own death, Juan Pujol García was persuaded by the author to emerge from the shadowy world of espionage, and in this new edition of his classic account, now updated to include his agents’ original MI5 files, GARBO reveals his unique story.
Explores the case of Robert Hanssen, a middle-level FBI agent and devout Catholic, who for two decades sold American defense and intelligence secrets to the Soviets and Russians for money, thrills, and his mystical beliefs. Reprint.
Source: Wikia. Pages: 111. Chapters: 2 Guyz N the Parque, Agent D, Agent Double 0-0, Agent M, Agent W, Albert, Aloyse von Roddenstein, Aqua Primates, Bad Singing Kid, Baljeet, Baljeet's unnamed father, Baljeet, Ben Baxter, Beppo Brown, Biff, Bigfoot, Blay'n, Bob Webber, Bobbi Fabulous, Bobby Nelson, Bobo the Rabbit, Boris, Buck Buckerson, Buford's unnamed nerd, Buford Van Stomm, Buford Van Stomm, Building Engineer, Burdensome Nameless Elf, Captain Badbeard, Carl Karl, Chad, Charles Pipping IV, Clay Aiken, Clewn't, Clive Addison, Clyde Flynn, Coltrane, Conk, Crazy Old Coot, Danny, Dave and Rick, Dennis, Derek Dukensson, Django Brown, Doof's Clones, Dr. Bloodpudding, Dr. Diminuitive, Dr. Feelbetter, Dr. Phineastein, Farmer and Farmer's Wife, Ferb's cousins, Ferb Fletcher, Ferb Fletcher, Ferbgor, Francis Monogram, Francis Monogram, Fred, Frosty the Snowman, Gary the Gander, Gaston Le Mode, Haney, Harry, Heinz Doofenshmirtz, Heinz Doofenshmirtz's unnamed father, Heinz Doofenshmirtz, Heinz Doofenshmirtz, Herman the Hedgehog, Huge-Hands Hans, Irving, J.B., Jack Johnson, Jamie Oliver, Jeff McGarland, Jekyll Doofenshmirtz, Jeremy's unnamed drummer, Jeremy Johnson, Jeremy Johnson, Jerry the Platypus, Joe, Johnny, Jos Doofenshmirtz, Justin Doofenshmirtz, Kenny, Kevin Destructicon, Khaka Pe Pe, Klimpaloon, Lawrence Fletcher, Lawrence Fletcher, Lewis, Little Timmy, Lloyd Wexler, Manny the Mongoose, Marty the Rabbit Boy, Meap, Mitch, Morty Williams, Mr. Fluffypants, Mr. McGillicuddy, Nosey, Old Man Simmons, Only Son, P. P. Otter, Paisley Sideburn Brothers, Pedro, Perry the Platypus, Perry the Platypus, Peter the Panda, Phil, Phil, Phineas Flynn, Phineas Flynn, Pinhead Pierre, Pinky the Chihuahua, Professor Ross Eforp, Reginald Fletcher, Reginald Fletcher's unnamed father, Roger Doofenshmirtz, Ronaldo, Russell, Sally's father, Santa Claus, Sergei Kushnarov, Shady Joe, Sherman, Shlocko, Stanky Dog, Starnose Mole, Steve, Stubbings, Super Computer, Talking Zebra, Terry the Tu...
Once the city of Carrig stood supreme on this planet that had been settled by space refugees in the distant, forgotten past. From every corner of this primitive lost world caravans came to trade - and to view the great King-Hunt, the gruesome test by which the people of Carrig chose their rulers. Then from space came new arrivals. And with them came their invincible death guns and their ruthless, all-powerful tyranny. Now there would be no King-Hunt in Carrig, or hope for the planet-unless a fool-hardy high-born named Saikmar and a beautiful Earthling space-spy named Maddalena, could do the impossible . . . (First published 1969)
Author: Russell Miller
Publisher: Random House
A wealthy lawyer, debonair ladies' man, consummate actor, and courageous gambler, Dusko Popov played the role of playboy amongst the top echelons of British society to become one of Germany's most trusted spies. In fact, he was one of Britain's most successful double agents, and, some say, the inspiration for James Bond. With full access to FBI and MI5 records, along with private family papers, his incredible adventures can now be told authoritatively for the first time. Recruited by the Abwehr in 1940, 27-year-old Popov immediately offered his services to the British. His code-name was Tricycle. Throughout the war he fed the Germans with a constant stream of military 'intelligence', all vetted by MI5, and came to be viewed as their most important and reliable agent in Britain. But when he was ordered by the Abwehr to the United States to report on the defences at Pearl Harbor, J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the FBI, failed to heed his warnings, distrusting all spies and detesting Popov in particular, whom he considered to be 'a moral degenerate'. Facing the danger of exposure, arrest and execution on a daily basis, Tricycle went on to build up a network known as the Yugoslav Ring, which not only delivered a stream of false information to Berlin but also supplied vital intelligence to the Allies on German rocketry, strategy and security. After the war Dusko Popov was granted British citizenship and awarded an OBE. The presentation was made, appropriately, in the cocktail bar at the Ritz.