The Ultimate Spy Book
From the Civil War to both world wars and into the Cold War, The Ultimate Spy Book reveals what really happened in some of the most daring spying operations in history.
Keith Melton has amassed a dazzling collection of spy devices, many never before seen by those outside the world's elite spying agencies. Cameras that look like a pack of cigarettes are just the beginning: this book reveals listening devices, suitcase radios, hidden messages, microdots, assassination devices, and concealed weapons - everything the well-equipped spy could ever need.
Discover the combination of quick wits and nerves of steel that makes a good spy. Learn about how spies are chosen and recruited, the training they receive, and the tricks of the trade. All the risks are revealed - and all the rewards.
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Review: Ultimate Spy BookUser 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
Review: Ultimate Spy BookUser 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