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The Ultra Secret : The first account of the most astounding cryptanalysis coup of World War II - how the British broke the German code and read most of the signals between Hitler and his generals throughout the war.

By Winterbotham, F. W.

New York: Harper & Row, 1974. Hardcover with price clipped dust jacket, xiii + 199 pages; gentle bumps to spine ends, the outer quarter of the first blank page has been cut away, otherwise very gently used, very clean and unmarked; DJ gently bumped along edges, several tiny chips and tears. See also our listing for Ewen Montagu's Beyond Top Secret U : The inside story of the World War II intelligence operations more confidential than Ultra.. Book Club Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Very Good.

$1.98

The Ultra Secret : The first account of the most astounding cryptanalysis coup of World War II - how the British broke the German code and read most of the signals between Hitler and his generals throughout the war.

By Winterbotham, F. W.

New York: Harper & Row, 1974. Hardcover with price clipped dust jacket, later printing, xiii + 199 pages; gentle bumps to spine ends, otherwise very gently used, very clean and unmarked; DJ gently bumped, one immeasurably tiny tear, spine age darkened. See also our listing for Ewen Montagu's Beyond Top Secret U : The inside story of the World War II intelligence operations more confidential than Ultra.. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good ++.

$3.75

Witness

By Chambers, Whittaker

New York: Random House, 1986. Hardcover with dust jacket, 808 pages; book very gently used, hardly a trace of shelf and reading wear, tiny name/address label inside front cover, otherwise very clean and unmarked; DJ chipped along top and bottom edges, spine age darkened. Of related interest, see also our listing for John Chabot Smith's Alger Hiss: The True Story.. Book Club Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Very Good -.

$4.25

Spy : Twenty Years of Secret Service, Memoirs of Gordon Lonsdale

By Lonsdale, Gordon

London, United Kingdom: Neville Spearman, 1965. Hardcover with price clipped dust jacket, 228 pages, plus black-and-white photographs; book gently used, hardly a trace of shelf wear, but foxing spots to edges and inside both covers, otherwise very clean and unmarked, pages fresh and white; DJ rubbed, numerous chips, several short tears, some foxing. See also our listing for J. Bernard Hutton's very scarce School for Spies: The ABC of How Russia's Secret Service Operates, also from Neville Spearman.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good +/Good.

$3.25

Hitler's Secret Enemy : Admiral Canaris, Patriot or Traitor? (Gripping Story of German Chief of Intelligence Who Worked for Hitler's Fall)

By Colvin, Ian

London: Pan Books, 1957. Mass market paperback, Great Pan GP73, 222 pages, plus black-and-white illustrations; very tiny traces of shelf wear, but very gently read, if at all, very clean and unmarked. See also our listing for Robert Vacha's A Spy for Churchill.. First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good ++.

$3.25

Phantom Army: The Incredible True Story Revealed - How British Intelligence Duped the Nazis

By Mure, David

London: Sphere, 1979. Mass market paperback, 316 pages; hardly a hint of shelf wear, "4.00" in ink on top edge, store stamped on first page, but unread condition, almost as new. See also our listings for John Windsor's The Mouth of the Wolf, and for Pierre Accoce's A Man Called Lucy, and for Ian Colvin's Hitler's Secret Enemy : Admiral Canaris, Patriot or Traitor? (Gripping Story of German Chief of Intelligence Who Worked for Hitler's Fall).. First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good ++.

$3.75

Beyond Top Secret U : The inside story of the World War II intelligence operations more confidential than Ultra

By Montagu, Ewen; Foreword by H. R. Trevor-Roper

London: Corgi, 1979. Mass market paperback, 190 pages; one spine crease, otherwise gently used, but there is an old waterstain to the top edge and top back corner from about page 117 to the end without affecting the text which remains clear and legible, all page otherwise clean and unmarked. See also our listing for F. W. Winterbotham's The Ultra Secret : The first account of the most astounding cryptanalysis coup of World War II - how the British broke the German code and read most of the signals between Hitler and his generals throughout the war. . First Thus. Soft Cover. Good.

$1.00

Secret Armies: The Full Story of the SAS, Delta Force, and Spetsnaz [Inside the American, Societ and European Special Forces]

By Adams, James

London: Pan Books, 1989. Mass market paperback, later printing thus, x + 453 pages, plus black-and-white illustrations; spine creased, otherwise gently used, tight in binding, very clean and unmarked. . Soft Cover. Very Good.

$1.25

The Falcon and the Snowman:  A True Story of Friendship and Espionage
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The Falcon and the Snowman: A True Story of Friendship and Espionage

By Robert Lindsey

New York: Pocket Books, 1980. Mass market paperback, 455 pages, plus black-and-white illustrations; very gently read, if at all, very clean and unmarked. See also our listings for Andrew Tully's CIA: The Inside Story About our Government's Most Secret Organization, The Central Intelligence Agency, and for Patrick McGarvey's C. I. A.:The Myth and the Madness.. First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good ++.

$1.48

The Ultra Secret : The first account of the most astounding cryptanalysis coup of World War II - how the British broke the German code and read most of the signals between Hitler and his generals throughout the war.

By Winterbotham, F. W.

New York: Harper & Row, 1974. Hardcover with price clipped dust jacket, later printing, xiii + 199 pages; gentle bumps to spine ends and one corner, otherwise very gently used, very clean and unmarked; DJ gently bumped but no chips or tears. See also our listing for Ewen Montagu's Beyond Top Secret U : The inside story of the World War II intelligence operations more confidential than Ultra.. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Very Good ++.

$3.30

Behind Closed Doors: The Secret History of the Cold War

By Zacharias, Ellis M.; In Collaboration with Ladislas Farago

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1950. Hardcover with dust jacket, third impression, ix + 367 pages; book has only traces of shelf and reading wear, very gently used, very clean and unmarked; DJ rubbed, several tiny chips and short tears, now in new mylar protector. . Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Very Good -.

$2.75

Conspiracy of Silence: The Secret Life of Anthony Blunt

By Penrose, Barrie; Freeman, Simon

London, United Kingdom: Grafton, 1987. Mass market paperback Revised Edition, xxiv + 649 pages, plus black-and-white photographs; one heavy spine crease (book opens flat at middle), but only traces of other shelf and reading wear, two lines of ink writing inside back cover, otherwise very clean and unmarked. See our listing for John Costello's Mask of Treachery, Spies, Lies, Buggery & Betrayal: The First Documented Dossier on Anthony Blunt's Cambridge Spy Ring.. First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good -.

$1.48

A Man Called Lucy

By Pierre Accoce and Pierre Quet

New York: Berkley Medallion, 1968. Mass market paperback, 192 pages,plus black-and-white photographs; bump to top spine, otherwise in very clean and unmarked unread condition. See also our listing for David Mure's very scarce Phantom Army: The Incredible True Story Revealed - How British Intelligence Duped the Nazis.. First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good ++.

$1.50

The Remarkable Kennedys

By McCarthy, Joe

Toronto: Popular Library, 190. Mass market paperback, 143 pages; light shelf wear, but very gently read, if at all, very clean and unmarked.. First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good ++.

$1.00

Tower of Secrets : A Real Life Spy Thriller

By Sheymov, Victor

New York: HarperPaperbacks, 1994. Mass market paperback, xv + 538 pages; very tiny traces of shelf wear, but essentially as new. . First Thus. Soft Cover. Fine.

$1.73

Their Trade Is Treachery

By Pincher, Chapman

London, United Kingdom: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1981. Hardcover with dust jacket, second printing, 240 pages, plus black-and-white illustrations; book spine slanted, clean and unmarked throughout; DJ gently bumped, no chips or tears. See also our listing for Pincher's Too Secret Too Long.. Hard Cover. Very Good -/Very Good.

$2.00

Contact on Gorky Street

By Wynne, Greville

New York: Atheneum, 1968. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket, 222 pages, plus black-and-white illustrations; book very gently used, two-line ink name/address inside front cover, otherwise very clean and unmarked; DJ lightly worn and bumped along edges.. First American Edition. Very Good ++/Very Good.

$3.75

The Burning Ghats
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The Burning Ghats

By Mann, Paul

New York: Ivy Books, 1997. Mass market paperback, xiii + 336 pages; very gently read, very clean and unmarked.. First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good ++.

$1.48

Mayday, The U-2 Affair: The Untold Story of the Greatest US-USSR Spy Scandal [May-Day]

By Beschloss, Michael R.

New York: Harper & Row, 1988. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket, xvi + 494 pages, plus black-and-white illustrations; previous owner's embossed stamp and date in ink, but very gently read, if at all, otherwise very clean and unmarked. See also our listing for Beschloss's Kennedy and Roosevelt: The Uneasy Alliance.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Fine.

$3.75

The Svengali Plot

By Hoyle, Trevor

London: Sphere, 1978. Mass market paperback, 220 pages; covers creased and rubbed, spine heavily creased, tiny rubber stamp "DEE J'S", otherwise very clean and unmarked throughout. See also our listing for a 3-volume set of Hoyle's The Q Series.. Paperback Original. Soft Cover. Good.

$6.50

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