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John Bakeless. Spies of the Confederacy. Courier Dover. 1997. 464pp.

Andrew Boyle. The Climate of Treason: Five who Spied for Russia. Hutchinson. 1979. 504pp.

James D. Calder. Intelligence, Espionage and Related Topics: An Annotated Bibliography of Serial Journal and Magazine Scholarship, 1844-1998. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. 1330pp.

William R. Corson. The Armies of Ignorance: The Rise of the American Intelligence Empire. Dial Press/J. Wade. 1977. 640pp.

John S. Craig. Peculiar Liaisons: In War, Espionage, and Terrorism in the Twentieth Century. Algora Publishing. 2004. 250pp.

Terry Crowdy. The Enemy Within: A History of Espionage. Osprey Publishing. 2006. 368pp.

Allen W. Dulles. The Craft of Intelligence. New York: Harper & Row. 1963. 277pp.

James Gannon. Stealing Secrets, Telling Lies: How Spies and Codebreakers Helped Shape the Twentieth Century. Brassey's. 2002. 352pp.

Roger Z. George; James B. Bruce (editor). Analyzing Intelligence: Origins, Obstacles, and Innovations. Georgetown University Press. 2008. 340pp.

Frederick P. Hitz. The Great Game: The Myths and Reality of Espionage. Vintage Books. 2005. 211pp.

Michael Kackman. Citizen Spy: Television, Espionage, and Cold War Culture. University of Minnesota Press. 2005. 236pp.

Marjorie Locke Mahoney. Espionage in Mexico: The 20th Century. Austin & Winfield. 1997. 320pp.

C. G. McKay; Bengt Beckman. Swedish Signal Intelligence, 1900-1945. Routledge. 2003. 310pp.

Ted Morgan. The Secret War: The Story of International Espionage Since World War II. Putnam. 1962. 515pp.

Graeme Stewart Mount. Canada's Enemies: Spies and Spying in the Peaceable Kingdom. Dundurn Press. 1993. 153pp.

Lauran Paine. The Invisible World of Espionage. Hale. 1976. 173pp.

Norman Polmar; Thomas B. Allen. Spy Book: The Encyclopedia of Espionage. Random House. 1998. 645pp.

Douglas Porch. The French Secret Services: A History of French Intelligence from the Dreyfus Affair to the Gulf War. Macmillan. 2003. 640pp.

Jeffrey Richelson. A Century of Spies: Intelligence in the Twentieth Century. Oxford University Press. 1995. 534pp.

Olav Riste. The Norwegian Intelligence Service: 1945-1970. F. Cass. 1999. 315pp.

Sherry Sontag; Christopher Drew; with Annette Lawrence Drew. Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage. PublicAffairs. 1998. 352pp.

Charles A. Ziegler; David Jacobson. Spying Without Spies: Origins of America's Secret Nuclear Surveillance System. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1995. 242pp.

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