Remember Me

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ISBN 9781623709112
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Short stories of real-life spies, their strategies, and their successes and failures make for an informative and intriguing read. Even reluctant readers will find the allure of secret agents and their escapades irresistible.
Publisher Summary
A look at the world of espionage highlights some of the most famous spies in history, from Blinker Hall to modern-day cyber spies.

Immerse yourself in the dangerous and daring lives of real-life spies. Using vivid images supplemented with maps and timelines, you can live the experience of some of the most notorious and ingenious spies in four different eras. Traveling through the 20th century and beyond, you'll learn about the different ways spies have navigated through the world.
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