• The Man Who Was Saturday: The Extraordinary Life of Airey Neave

    Patrick Bishop

    Follows Neave’s career as a Colditz escapee, Nuremberg lawyer, Cold War warrior, spymaster and politician, and considers who was responsible for his assassination outside the House of Commons in 1979.

    Hardback £20.00
  • The Secret World: A History of Intelligence

    Christopher Andrew

    A history of espionage from the pre-eminent historian of intelligence, which looks at ancient China, India, Renaissance Venice, Elizabethan England, Revolutionary America and much else, including contemporary practitioners.

    Hardback £35.00
  • Our Friends in Berlin

    Anthony Quinn

    A pacy spy novel set in London in 1941.

    Hardback £14.99
  • Ian Fleming and Operation Golden Eye: Keeping Spain out of World War II

    Mark Simmons

    How Commander Fleming, together with Alan Hillgarth, naval attaché in Madrid, worked up plans to sabotage and disrupt any wartime alliance between Franco and the Axis powers.

    Hardback £19.99
  • The Spy and the Traitor: The Greatest Espionage Story of the Cold War

    Ben Macintyre

    From 1973, Oleg Gordievsky – the USSR’s top man in London – was secretly working for MI6. His identity was kept from the Americans. The CIA man who finally identified him was Aldrich Ames, who turned out to be spying for the Soviets. This is a gripping story of treachery and betrayal, culminating in Gordievsky’s dramatic escape from Moscow in 1985.

    Hardback £25.00
  • Invisible Agents: Women and Espionage in Seventeenth-Century Britain

    Nadine Akkerman

    This remarkably researched book is the first to examine the role of early modern women spies. Transcribing hundreds of letters, breaking codes, and studying invisible inks, the author unearths plots and conspiracies that have remained hidden until now.

    Hardback £20.00
  • The Zinoviev Letter: The Conspiracy that Never Dies

    Gill Bennett

    This book began life as a commission in 1998 by Robin Cook to get to the bottom of a mystery that had long haunted British political life. A forgery, and almost certainly a Russian plant, the letter humiliated Ramsay MacDonald’s government in 1924. A fascinating precursor to contemporary ‘fake news’ and discussions of the ‘Deep State’.

    Hardback £25.00
  • Transcription

    Kate Atkinson

    The protagonist of this novel works in 1940 for MI5, monitoring the activities of British Fascist sympathizers. A decade later at the BBC, her war work resurfaces in a different context…

    Hardback £20.00
  • The Fox

    Frederick Forsyth

    What if the most dangerous weapon in the world isn’t a smart missile or a stealth submarine or an AI computer programme? What if it’s a brilliant 17-year-old boy…?

    Hardback £20.00