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American heiress Virginia Hall attempts to break into the ranks of the American Foreign Service in the years before World War II. Rejected because of gender and a disability — she lost part of her leg in a hunting accident — Hall works during the war for the British intelligence unit SOE. She later joins the OSS, the forerunner of the CIA.
Adolf Tolkachev, a senior engineer in a top-secret Soviet aerospace laboratory, becomes one of the most valuable spies ever for the U.S. during the Cold War.
About a 16-year-old who, after discovering her mother is missing, meets up with her father, a super spy who didn't realize he had a daughter. The father and daughter embark in a mission to save the mother, stopping a Caribbean crime lord in the process.
Set in the idyllic town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, two ex-lovers – one a CIA spy and one an ex-CIA spy – meet for dinner and to reminisce. They relive their memories of the disastrous hijacking of Royal Jordanian Flt 127, which ended in the death of all onboard. It's a failure that haunts the CIA's Vienna station to this day. The question is whether Henry has come to dinner to rekindle the romance or get to the bottom of a conspiracy. It also becomes clear that one of the ex-lovers may not survive the meal.
Examines the problems, lack of communication and failure between counterterrorism departments as law enforcement races to stop a terrorist from harming Americans.
A flamboyantly gay secret agent (Brendan Fraser) has much success in the world of espionage, thanks to his great dancing and style.
A mail clerk turned code breaker is thrust into the fledgling C.I.A. to stop an elite squad of Nazi saboteurs from destroying the U.S. on its own soil.
Set in 1963, this is the story of how Sally Cauffield, a mother raising her family in Beirut, discovers that her husband, Leo (Rupert Everett), a journalist and former employee of England's MI-6, has disappeared. What Sally soon discovers is that Leo has also been working as a super spy for the Russian government, and he has decided to defect to Russia. Though she is threatened by the U.S. government not to do so, Sally decides to venture to Russia to once again see the man she still loves, now a KGB general.
A newly minted agent, on his first foreign assignment, tries to persuade citizens of a country to spy for American interests. He's doing well until he starts sleeping with one of his contacts and his superiors eventually fire him.
Based on the series of novels by Jon Stock, Dead Spy Running follows Danny Marchant, a young DJ on the rise in the international world of electronic dance music. Danny is forced to go on the run with a beautiful secret agent assigned to watch him after he is framed for his MI6 agent father’s murder. As Danny tries to clear his name and avenge his father’s death, he gets deeper into the world of espionage while never forgetting his background and skills as a DJ. Danny must ultimately rise up and defeat a terrorist intent on destroying western civilization in an adventure that takes him through the world to London, Paris, Corsica, New York, and Mumbai.
Cammie Morgan attends the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women in Roseville, Va. a school which poses as an institution for highly intelligent girls but it's actually a training facility for the CIA.
Story centers on the mysterious death of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko, and the events that built up to it.
An aging CIA officer is assigned to the Middle East in the days preceding the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and he avoids the pain over the breakup of his marriage and his son's tragic death by becoming obsessed with the capture of Osama bin Laden. His hunt brings him within meters of Al Qaeda operative and lead 9/11 terrorist Mohammad Atta just days before the attack.
Centers on a young wife and mother who works as a CIA analyst. While digitally searching files in hopes of unmasking a Russian sleeper cell in the U.S., she makes a shocking discovery that threatens her job, her family and her life.
An MI5 agent named Harry Tate takes the fall for a drug bust gone bad. As punishment, he is sent to Red Station, an outpost in Georgia that is the home of washed up operatives. After two other agents go missing, Tate finds himself embroiled in a plot involving a Russian invasion of England and corruption and conspiracy at the highest level of the British government.
Agent Will Crombie, a former protégé of Harry Pearce, is investigating how a terrorist escaped from custody during a routine handover, against the ticking clock of an imminent terror attack on London.
A 20-year CIA vet is convicted of spying and is sentenced to 23 years in prison, becoming the highest-ranking officer convicted of espionage. After leaving behind a failed Army career and while in a state of depression, his youngest son begins to seek solace and advice from his father who is in an Oregon federal prison. The father raises his son's spirits but also coaches him in spycraft, in effect launching a second act of espionage from behind bars by using his son as a courier. In the ensuing year and a half, the son travels the world selling secrets to the Russians, all the while getting deeper and deeper over his head.
Michael Havelock, a U.S. spy with a tortured past, finally finds some happiness with a fellow spy, Jenna Karas aka Jenna Karasova. Unfortunately, he discovers that Jenna is a double agent, and watches her die for her betrayal. Preparing to abandon his agent-life and retire to become a teacher, he catches a glimpse of Jenna, alive, at a chance meeting in Europe. The chase is on, as he tries to track down Jenna and figure out why she's alive, and who was deceiving who.