The ultimate spy book

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DK Pub., Apr 1, 1996 - History - 176 pages
6 Reviews
Filled with the fascinating tales of secret agents, The Ultimate Spy Book is stunningly illustrated with H. Keith Melton's extraordinary collection of spy paraphernalia, much of which has never before been seen outside the business.

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Review: Ultimate Spy Book

User Review  - Mike Cook - Goodreads

Every page has photographs of unique spy "stuff" from both sides of different eras. Coupled with true stories about spys, the pictures make this a quick, but fascinating, read. Read full review

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User Review  - Anton Klink - Goodreads

It is OK for what it is. Some of the text is interesting to read and gadgets interesting to study, however too much of the pictures and text make repeat appearances throughout the book. It feels as if ... Read full review

Contents

EQUIPMENT
6
TECHNIQUES
59
F21 concealed camera
66
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

H. Keith Melton, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, is an intelligence historian and a specialist in clandestine technology and espionage "tradecraft." He is the author of several books, including "CIA Special Weapons and Equipment, Clandestine Warfare", and "The Ultimate Spy Book".

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