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Former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko is poisoned by polonium-210. Just before his death, he blames Russian President Vladimir Putin's regime for the murder. His illness and subsequent death trigger an international investigation led by the U.K.'s top counterterrorism officials.
In 1919, Sir Mansfield Cummings' intelligence section, Section 1C, is going to be folded into MI5. Spies coming through 1C all come from Oxford and Cambridge, aristocrats who stick out like sore thumbs. Cummings gets hold of a blue collar war veteran, trains him and sends him on a crucial mission: an attack on the British embassy in Russia which leads to the theft of coded assassination orders signed by the King of England. The spy is tasked with recovering them because if they are discovered, WWII would begin with those countries on opposite sides. Cummings etches his place in history and proves the need for MI6.
Greg Nielsen, an ex-CIA operative, reinvents his identity after the agency sets him up, only to be sucked back into action against his former employers when his stepdaughter is taken hostage years later.
Spy Hunter follows a highly trained spy whose job it is to eliminate rogue agents when they become liabilities to their governments. He travels in the G-6155 Interceptor, a sports car tricked out with an array of weapons that frequently is challenged by enemy vehicles.
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.