Spies, Assassins, and Such

Spies, Assassins, and Such Cover

Is it acceptable to kill five hundred so that ten thousand or more may live? Is a spiderweb-cracked windshield a Cold War victory? On whom should the politicians rely: the generals, or the spies?

From the deserts of the Middle East to the confessionals of the Catholic church—from the darkest parts of Africa to the darkest alleys in Paris, you’ll meet interesting characters who live in all levels of society as ordinary people, but who have second, secret lives as spies. Some call it the great game: it is a game played for power and influence, but those who play wager their reputations, careers, or sometimes, their lives.

So pull up a chair, and join the game…

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