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  1. Captain_Crusty

    GCHQ: The Secret Wireless War 1900-1986

    GCHQ by Nigel West is a truly expansive history of the UK's SIGINT capabilities, up to 1986. The author is so well versed in the arcane dealings of the intelligence community that The Sunday Times reported that he is believed by some people to be the unofficial historian of the secret services...
  2. Auld-Yin

    Secret Service

    A good old-fashioned cold war spy story, well written and with enough twists and turns to keep the reader enthralled. The story opens with the main character, Kate – a senior Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) officer in charge of the Russia Desk – receiving a tip-off from an old contact who...

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