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rebelrouser
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re: Books on spies - fiction or nonfiction
Smiley's People rounds out the series but it isn't as good as the first too. Love the BBC adaptations w/ Alec Guiness


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VOR
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re: Books on spies - fiction or nonfiction
‘Sup, glass? Counted your fingers lately?


Was that shitty on my part?


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beachdude
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LA
Member since Nov 2008
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re: Books on spies - fiction or nonfiction
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The Spies of Warsaw.


You should read his WW II era novels in chronological order from date of publication. He really sets the “mood” in the early books and there are recurring characters and themes that one needs to be introduced to ab initio. Some of them are reminiscent of Graham Greene at his best.


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bayoumuscle21
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St. George
Member since Jan 2012
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re: Books on spies - fiction or nonfiction
The First Conspiracy is about the attempt to capture Washington during the Revolution.

The Spy and the Traitor is a great spy novel that is 100% true story.


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