A who's who of spydom from biblical days to recent times, this book from the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., introduces a rogue's gallery of history's most accomplished intriguers and intelligence operatives. Here you'll find colorful characters like 16th century playwright, brawler, and secret agent Christopher Marlowe, and femme fatales like Virginia Hall, Belle Boyd, and Mata Hari. Illustrated with photos and cartoons throughout, this light-hearted look at lone moles, double agents, and triple-crosses ranges from covert patriots whose heroism sometimes cost them their lives to mercenary traitors like Benedict Arnold or Aldrich Ames.
I Lie For A Living
Author: Anthony Shugaar. Stephen Guarnaccia, illus. Peter Earnest, foreword.