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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.
Matt Helm, a former WWII spy, retires and tries unsuccessfully to put his past behind him.
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.
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.
Jon Moore, a former CIA analyst and mercenary spy on the run, is protected only by the mysterious "Jake Ellis," a man seemingly invisible to everyone except Jon, but who has a unique knowledge of tradecraft that Jon desperately.
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.
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.
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.
Examines the problems, lack of communication and failure between counterterrorism departments as law enforcement races to stop a terrorist from harming Americans.
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.
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.
Tamer Elnoury, an undercover agent and active Muslim, joins the elite counter-terrorism unit after September 11th. He infiltrates and brings down a terror cell stateside, running up against the clock to foil them, with worn techniques which still entail listening, recording, and proving terrorist intent.
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.
Leon Lewis, a Jewish lawyer, leads a spy ring that includes ex-Klansmen and the son of a German general. While law enforcement is busy chasing ineffectual communists, Lewis’ ring stops several outlandish plots to kidnap or kill prominent Hollywood figures like Al Jolson, Charlie Chaplin and Samuel Goldwyn to promote the Nazi cause.